- The Grande Whisky Museum
- 2,565,597 US dollar(s)
- Singapore ()
The most valuable bottle of whisky / whiskey is valued at 3,621,582 SGD (£2,208,980, $2,565,597, €2,574,137) and is owned by The Grande Whisky Museum (Singapore) in Singapore, as verified on 31 October 2022.
This is a Laphroaig 40 years old from 1960, signed by Prince Charles and Camilla, as the Duke & Dutchess of Rothesay (now King Charles III and Queen Camilla). This was during their visit to the distillery on the Isle of Islay in June 2008.
The Grande Whisky Museum holds a large collection of rare and vintage whiskies. Spanning approximately 8,000 sq. ft, the venue has a whisky vault that features more than 7,000 bottles of rare and vintage whiskies. These originate from the world’s oldest and active distilleries, including some closed distilleries.
The Grande Whisky Museum also houses a Saint-Louis House lounge for VIP members and a museum lounge for the general public. The venue also overlooks the Suntec City Fountain of Wealth.
The Grande Whisky Museum is part of The Whisky Trust Group that owns and operates The Whisky Distillery, spanning 15 retail stores across Singapore.