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60-year-old single malt Scotch whisky priced at $350,000 at recent wine exhibition

Published on Nov 18, 2013 2:38 PM

Imagine a bottle of wine that costs as much as a Housing Board flat.

The most expensive item at the third annual Masters of Wines and Spirits showcase over the weekend was a bottle of 60-year-old single malt Scotch whisky that cost $350,000. Part of The Dalmore Constellation Collection, it is of 1951 vintage and the oldest whisky available from the Scottish distillery.

It was one of 79 individual bottles and collections of high-end spirits and wines at the one-day exhibition at the National Museum of Singapore last Saturday. The event was organised by luxury retailer DFS Group.

The entire collection is on sale at DFS concessions in Changi Airport Terminals 1 to 3. It is displayed as part of the Masters of Wines and Spirits World Traveller Showcase until the end of February.

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