Okay. A bottle of malt scotch, the 64-year-old Dalmore Trinitas, costs $150,000. That's about $32,000 a glass.
How good can it be?
“The Dalmore 64 tastes like purple heaven,” said master blender Richard Paterson, whose nose for whiskey is so attuned to the nuances of scents that it's insured for $2.5 million by Lloyd’s of London.
“We are drinking a little bit of liquid gold ... history ... magic there,” said the buyer, commercial property developer Mahesh Patel, who forked over the cash for the bottle of malt scotch—one of three in the world.