Recorded as one of the top 5 oldest whiskies globally, each 700ml bottle of the single malt Scotch-Whisky Glen Grant range was distilled in 1948 at the Milton Distillery and matured in an American oak ex-Sherry cask and is valued at more than $68,000 (USD) and includes 5 years storage and insurance.
The company anticipates that it will quickly sell out of its limited allocation. Any remaining bottles will be offered and sold to potential investors of its bourbon casks, which the firm acquires from southern distilleries including Jackson Purchase and Kentucky Artisan Distillery.
"With only 290 bottles produced of the Gordon & MacPhails' 72 Glen Grant single malt Scotch-Whisky we are absolutely sure this will be one of the best perks afforded to our loyal customer base that are also connoisseurs of spirits from all parts of the world," said Jeremy Kasler, CEO and founder of CaskX. "Our expectation is that our limited allocation of the 72 year-old bottles will be quickly sold out once offered to our customers and potential investors, with plans for an event later in the year to celebrate."