World's Largest Bottle of Whisky

I guess Tomintoul now owns the crown of the largest bottle of whisky with a 105.3 liters of a fourteen year old Tomintoul single malt scotch. It’s a whopping 1.5 meter bottle made of 7mm thick pyrex and a custom cork. It’ll be on display at the Clockhouse Restaurant with normal-size replicas available in the whisky shop. It’ll be the largest bottle… until someone else makes one with more than 105.3 liters of the golden elixir.

Dru McPherson and Mike Drury made the monster malt to put the village of Tomintoul, Banffshire, on the map.

Tomintoul is a name I didn’t recognize until I went to Scotland earlier this year. It’s located right next/on top of to the more well known The Glenlivet distillery in Banffshire.

World’s largest bottle of whisky [The Scottish Sun]

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