Today we are going to tell you about one rare whiskey bottle. Actually, one such auction is going to take place in Australia this weekend, in which a rare bottle of whiskey is expected to break the world record. According to the Scottish Courier Newspaper, the Perth-based whiskey auctioneer company hopes that the bottle can sell for 1.2 million pounds, or about Rs 10 crore.
Let us tell you that the 60 year old McLane is one of about 2,000 bottles sold by the 1926 Fine & Rare Whiskey auctioneer. The first 2,000 bottles were sold in December last year. According to reports, Mr. Gooding, a private collector in Colorado, collected 4000 bottles of whiskey and is said to be the largest collection of its kind to be auctioned. The collection includes rare bottles from The McLane, Bovmore and Springbank Distilleries.
Mr. Gooding was the former owner and president of Pepsi Bowling Company of Denver. The company was one of the largest soft drink distributors in the US. After the death of Mr. Gooding in 2014, his family made arrangements with the whiskey auctioneer to sell the collection in two separate auctions. More than 1600 people from 56 countries bid in the first auction held in December 2019. In this auction, rare bottles of whiskey were sold for about Rs 31 crore. The Perth-based whiskey auctioneer hopes that potential buyers around the world will be even more interested in another part of whiskey sales. The entire auction is expected to fetch Rs 67 crore to Rs 77 crore.
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