London, January 30 (ANI): One of the world's rarest whiskey is expected to fetch between 4,000 and 6,000 pounds when it goes under the hammer in Glasgow - and it's only a half-bottle.
The 1927 Springbank, distilled by J and A Mitchell and Co in 1900 and drawn in 1927, is among the lot of 500 bottles at the McTear's Winter Rare Whisky Sale.
"You don't find too many half bottles coming to auction, but it is very rare indeed to find one of this quality," the Scotsman quoted McTear's whisky specialist Andrew Bell as saying.
"Springbank is an extremely collectable whisky and I am sure there will be a lot of interest in this outstanding example," Bell added.
Also up for grabs will be a 1964 Bowmore, expected to cost bidders between 3,200 and 4,000 pounds along with a 1938 Macallan, which could rake in up to 1,600 pounds. (ANI)