There's aged whiskey, and then there's the Glenlivet 70 Year Old Whiskey ($21,000.00). The second release in Gordon & MacPhail's Generations range, this rare spirit was distilled on February 3, 1940, and comes in a gorgeous tear-shaped, hand-blown crystal decanter, with a silver stopper and base, and a handmade box crafted from Scottish Elm. Only 100 bottles were made.
What makes bourbon different than scotch? Age and region influence each liquor's flavor profile, which can make one better suited for seafood and another better with steak. Learn more about bourbon, scotch and whiskey by clicking through to our whiskey guide. [Featured Design: Brentwood™]