Here’s Your Shot at Buying the Oldest Japanese Whisky Ever Bottled

For just $27,504 (or thereabouts), you can own a piece of Japanese whisky history.

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Despite continued shortages and discontinuations, Japanese whisky giant Yamazaki is pushing out its oldest and most expensive bottle ever: Yamazaki 55-Year-Old.

The release surpasses a 50-year-old offering Yamazaki released in the early 2000s, and there are only 100 bottles available. To buy one, you’ll need to win a lottery and have ¥3 million JPY on hand. The application process starts now and runs until February 14. For more info on Yamazaki and Japanese whisky, read our guide.

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