If there’s one collaboration that’s mastered the art of making luxurious things even more premium, it’s probably Macallan and Lalique. The famous single malt Scotch whisky brand and the legendary French glassmaker has again conspired to present The Macallan in Lalique “The Spiritual Home”, an exquisite and rare 62-year old single malt housed in a unique decanter.
The fifth in The Macallan in Lalique Six Pillars Collection, “The Spiritual Home” sees liquid from The Macallan originally filled in November 1950 into American oak sherry seasoned casks put into a crystal masterpiece made by Lalique.
The oldest Macallan ever released was the Cire Perdue decanter – made to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the birth of Lalique founder René Lalique which was sold for $460,000 in a spirited auction at Sotheby’s in New York City in 2010 – that contained a 64-year old whisky. Macallan and Lalique will only produce 400 individually numbered decanters of the Spiritual Home edition, of which 40 will be available exclusively in Southeast Asia.
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