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WORLD OF MOST EXPENSIVE, EXCLUSIVE WHISKIES
Whisky or whiskey is the most popular alcoholic drink in the world, rivalled only by beer. In 2015, people around the world guzzled some U.S. $5.41 billion worth whisky.
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REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD BE DRINKING MORE WHISKY

Anyone with even the slightest hint of intelligence and sanity knows that whisky is the greatest invention since fire. It soothes the mind, relaxes the body, and warms even the coldest, most curmudgeonly heart.

We agree with Willie Nelson and Toby Keith: Beer is for horses, whisky is for MEN (not that there’s anything wrong with beer)!

Of course, we always believe that whisky should be consumed responsibly and in moderation. But we also tend to agree with Mark Twain, who said, “Too much of anything is bad, but too much good whiskey is barely enough.” If you’ve had an exquisite single-malt Scotch, you know exactly what he means.

So let us help you out a bit. Let us stoke your already deep passion for all things whisky.

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#1 – The Word Whisky Means “Water Of Life”

Of course, you already know that whisky is the water of life. But did you know that word actually means “water of life”? It comes from the Gaelic word “Uisge Beatha,” which translates to “water of life”. “Uisge Beatha” eventually morphed phonetically into “usky”, which then morphed again into “whisky”.

If someone complains about you drinking whisky, you can simply say, “Oh this is water. Water of life.” We suspect this is why Johnny Carson said:

Happiness is having a rare steak, a bottle of whisky, and a dog to eat the rare steak.

#2 – Whisky Is Easy On The Waistline

It’s no secret that “sexy” is your middle name. As you sit in your easy chair, sipping your bourbon while wearing only silk boxers and a large golden chain around your neck, you are a veritable sex symbol. And it’s important for you to maintain your trim, dashing figure.

Good news: whisky is quite easy on the waistline. One shot has zero fat and 0.4 carbs. So maybe it is okay to eat that rare steak along with your bourbon on the rocks.

British Comedian Tommy Cooper said, “I’m on a whisky diet. I’ve lost three days already.” While we don’t exactly recommend a whisky diet, you can drink whisky while on a diet.

#3 – Whisky May Help Prevent Cancer

The research still is in progress, but there are indicators that whisky can help prevent cancer.

In 2005, Dr. Jim Swan, speaking at the EuroMedLab conference in Glasgow, said, “Research has shown that there are even greater health benefits to people who drink single-malt whiskies. Why? Single-malt whiskies have more ellagic acid than red wine.

In other words, the ellagic acid in whisky is an antioxidant that can absorb free radicals in the body. Whisky may also help the body during chemotherapy treatment.

Of course, this isn’t definitive by any means. But it certainly is encouraging, isn’t it? We’ll drink to that!

#4 – Whisky May Lower The Risk Of Heart Disease

As mentioned above, whisky contains antioxidants, which can help boost the body’s defenses against heart disease. If anyone questions your consumption, simply raise your glass and say, “Oh this? It’s my heart medicine.”

#5 – Drinking 1 to 6 Glasses Of Whisky Per Week Can Lower Risk Of Dementia

A 2003 case study with the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center discovered that those who consumed whisky in moderation had lower odds of dementia than those who consumed no whisky at all. Additionally, drinking in moderation can improve overall cognitive functions.

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Most Expensive Whiskies in the World

Here are the most expensive whiskies of the world which people buy as collector items or for investments:

1. Isabella’s Islay: U.S. $6.4 Million per Bottle

Isabellas’ Islay is the world’s most expensive whisky by all standards. While the whisky itself is of an extremely high quality- blend of fine and rare malts matured perfectly a large chunk of this staggering price is commanded by the flacon.

2- Master of Malt 105 Years ‘Liquid History’ : US $1.4 million/ bottle

The Master of Malt 105 Years can truly be defined as one of the rarest whiskies of the world. Distilled on February 17, 1906, this Highland single malt whisky is the sole survivor of a tragedy.

3- Macallan 64 Year Old in Lalique: US $460,000/ bottle

Again with this whisky, the flacon commands a high price. This Scotch whisky is 64 years old, made from the finest malts. At an auction in New York, a single bottle fetched a price of US $4,60,000.

4- Dalmore 62: US$ 250,000/ bottle

The price could be much higher considering that the last of the only 12 bottles ever produced sold by the Duty Free store at Singapore’s Changi International Airport for quarter of a million dollars. It was reportedly bought by an anonymous Chinese businessman.

5- Dalmore 64 Trinitas: US $160,000/ bottle

With spirits dating back to circa 1868, the Dalmore 64 Trinitas draws its name from the trinity. Meaning, only three bottles of this rare whisky were made.

6- Glenfiddich Janet Sheed Roberts Reserve: US$ 94,000/ bottle

This whisky was released to commemorate Janet Sheed Roberts, possibly the oldest woman to have lived and died in Scotland- at the age of 110 years. Distilled by the world famous Glenfiddich, the cask for this whisky was filled in 1955 and named after the woman.

7- 1926 Macallan Fine and Rare: US$ 75,000/ bottle

The 1926 Macallan Fine and Rare whisky made headlines after an unidentified South Korean businessman paid $ 75,000 for a single bottle at an auction. It is a rare whisky and is said to be the most matured as well as expensive scotch in the world.

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