- Category – Spirits, whisky, Scotch, single malt, 51% abv
- Available – From this month
- Location – Available worldwide via lottery as an NFT
- Price – SRP of US$8,800
Whyte & Mackay has unveiled details of a super-rare 33-year-old iteration from its The Dalmore single malt brand.
The Dalmore 33 Year Old Pauillac Premier Grand Cru Classé Finish will be sold as a Non-Fungible Token (NFT) from later this month. There will be 223 bottles of the spirit made available, sold exclusively via luxury wines and spirits NFT trading site BlockBar.com.
Successful purchasers of the whisky will receive a digital receipt verifying their ownership, while the physical product will be bottled in September and stored at BlockBar’s secure facility in Singapore until redeemed. The first ten buyers will also be invited to attend a hosted experience at The Dalmore’s Highlands distillery, the company added.
This is not the first time Whyte & Mackay has teamed up with BlockBar to launch a whisky in NFT format. Late last year, the company made The Dalmore Decades No. 4 Collection available on the site at an SRP of US$137,000. The digitally-rendered collection of four limited-edition expressions sold out in “minutes” according to the brand owner.
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