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World’s Oldest Whisky Costs $21K

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TheGlenlivet.com

At the upcoming Whisky Live Festival in South Africa, two 70-year-old bottles of Glenlivet whisky will be auctioned off and are expected to bring in around $21,000 a piece.

Whisky doesn’t always go down easy. We imagine 70-year-old whisky must go down rough and lands a couple punches to the liver for good measure. Is the shock to your system worth $21,000? If you’ve got the extra cabbage, why not?

Save a little cash in case you need bail money.  Old whisky makes a man do crazy things. Crazier than paying $21K for a bottle of booze.

[Via Hollywood Heavy]

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