Going country: the ideal solution to stress problems and the perfect retreat from the city grind.  Enjoying the peacefulness of the countryside in an experience that deserves to be celebrated with the right bottle and in our opinion, there’s nothing better than complementing a breathtaking sunset with a remarkable whiskey, our drink of choice for the weekend. Here’s our selection:

Macallan 1926. The oldest bottle produced by the scottish distillery comes with a hefty price tag (around $94k) as only 40 pieces were ever produced. If you’re lucky enough to find a bottle of Macallan 1926, don’t let it go.

Sullivans Cove French Oak Cask. Neither scottish nor japanese, 2014?s best whiskey was born Down Under. The Australia-produced Sullivans Cove comes across as perfectly balanced with its perfect toasting and its caramel undertones. Only 516 bottles available: let the search begin!
Balblair 1975. From the Highlands, an elegant palate combined with a spicy and fruity bouquet.
Yamazaki 50 Year Old. The most expensive japanese whiskey, only 150 bottles of this limited-series single malt were ever produced. A keeper.
Blanton’s Single Barrel Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey. A bourbon with tropical and balsamic undertones, perfect for this season and packaged in a plush bottle, a luxury object in its own right.
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