• World's Oldest Bourbon Whiskey, at 250 Years, Sells for $110K

    22 days ago - By Vine Pair

    A bottle of bourbon that potentially predates the Revolutionary War and the Whiskey Rebellion was the subject of intense bidding at a rare spirits auction that ended on June 30.
    Touted as the oldest known whiskey in existence by auction house Skinner, the bottle was estimated to realize between $20,000 - $40,000. The predictions were shattered when the Morgan Library, a museum and independent research institution that was originally the private library of financier J.P. Morgan, eventually paid $110,000 for the Old Ingledew whiskey bottled in the 1860s by Evans & Ragland in La Grange, GA...
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