World’s most expensive bottle of Irish whiskey sells for €42,000
Historically, only Scotch has commanded such breathtaking prices at auction, but a bottle of Midleton Very Rare Silent Distillery Chapter One changed all that
The most expensive bottle of Irish whiskey has been sold for €42,000 and according to the seller it will never be available as cheap again.
A bottle of Midleton Very Rare Silent Distillery Chapter One was sold at the Irish Whiskey Auction on Wednesday for €7,000 more than the recommended retail price.
Anthony Sheehy, co-founder of Irish Whiskey Auctions, said: “You will never be able to buy one as cheap again.”
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