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Someone just spent a record-setting $2.7 million for a bottle of Macallan at an auction. It was bottled in 1986 after 60 years of aging — it was a small batch for top customers.
MICHEL MARTIN, HOST:
Good morning. I'm Michel Martin.
How much would you pay for a good Scotch whisky? Well, someone just spent a record-setting $2.7 million for a bottle of Macallan at an auction. It was bottled in 1986 after 60 years of aging. It was a small batch for top customers. And it better be mighty tasty because it costs about 78,000 times more than the cheapest bottle of Macallan found online. Now that's a stiff drink.
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