Another Macallan Fine Oak 21-Year-Old added to the Fah Mai Holdings Rare Whisky Collection
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Founded in 1824, The Macallan is one of the world’s most admired and awarded single malt whiskies. The reputation of The Macallan is based on a product of outstanding quality and distinctive character, founded upon a set of guiding principles, the Six Pillars. An obsession with quality has been the hallmark of The Macallan since its founding by Alexander Reid in 1824.
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The Macallan Fine Oak range is aged in a mixture of sherry and bourbon casks. Bottled at 43% ABV, this 21-Year-Old whisky was first released in 2012 and then discontinued in 2017 due to the shortage of supply.
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This edition from Macallan was originally sold for around £90 back in 2012 when it was first released, its price has steadily increased until its discontinuation which accelerated the rate its price increased on the secondary market.
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Six years later after its official release, Macallan Fine Oak 21-year-old fetched £620 on the 24th of February 2019 at WhiskyHammer.co.uk. With the addition of 10% commission by the auctioneer, the final sum could be £682, this shows £592 rise which is more than 657% of its original price, however, we can expect to see a greater rate of price growth in the future this bottle becomes rarer.