Tuesday, February 7, 2012
Whiskey Rp.114million : For Celebrating 60 Years of the Queen of England Throne
Yesterday, February 6, 2012, all the British people happy to welcome the 60th year celebration of Queen Elizabeth II in command. The joy was expressed in different ways. One of them carried out by a specialist company a British whiskey, Gordon & MacPhail. The company is celebrating by selling 85 bottles of whiskey aged 60 years worth USD 114 million per bottle.
What is interesting is Glen Grant whiskey produced 2 February 1952 was sold for £ 8,000, or approximately USD 114.5 million. Director of Gordon & MacPhail, Michael Urquhart said that Glen Grant 60 year old was very special. Where whiskey has a history related to the queen Elizabeth II. About it, Urquhart explained that this whiskey has a combined flavor of Cox's Pipin (apple first grown in England in 1985) and Granny Smith apples. It was mixed with cinnamon and ginger.
Whiskey are sold in packs exclusively with pyramidal shaped like a diamond stopper. Each bottle is engraved with a unique number. Drink this special edition is also packed in a wooden box the Scottish craftsmen.