Top 10 Most Expensive Scotch Whiskies in the World

A scotch whisky can make your day awesome. Preparing whisky is itself an art, and you can thoroughly realise it through the scotch whiskies. Great to see is that today the art has reached in to most part of the globe; in fact we witness many forms of it. And, perhaps that’s the reason that despite being tagged with massy tags, buyer finds himself lucky enough. Here we present you with some of the most expensive scotch whiskies.

10. Ardbeg Uigeadail

Ardbeg Uigeadail

The brand has bagged many accolades. Being crowned as ‘World whisky of the year’ is itself enough to guess the quality. It is strong and charming. It has the talent to attract both men and women. However, you have to make £53.34 ready to bag one of it.

9. Compass Box Hedonism

Compass Box Hedonism

To prepare a nice whisky flavour you need to have that talent; you have to be creative. And, what can be a better example than the above! Nothing can be a better Christmas gift for someone than a bottle of Compass Box Hedonism. It costs you about £55.45.

8. The Glenlivet 18 Year Old

The Glenlivet 18 Year Old

If you are always quite regal, prefer something classy and antique when it comes about your whisky choice, then The Glenlivet 18 Year Old becomes a perfect recommendation. It has got an apollonian aroma. Rich in toffee, the Scotch whisky is for the mature groups of people. Well, it costs you about. £58.35

7. GlenDronach 18 Year Old Allardice

GlenDronach 18 Year Old Allardice

You just can’t win awards at the International Wine and Spirit competition, until and unless you match the standard of GlenDronach 18 Year Old Allardice. The taste gradually makes you feel it, and in the end you feel the incredible. Bag one of it for just £59.25.

6. Balblair 1999

Balblair 1999

We witnessed a fresh edition of Balbair 1999 last year, and it is just fantastic all we can say. However, the 1997 Vintage spent a luminous time, and grabbed many accolades. The latest edition will offer you a nice flavour of green apple. It costs you about £59.35.

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