Highland Park 50

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Distilled in 1960, Highland Park 50 is the result of just five oak casks and some of the world’s oldest single-malt scotch. The liquid tastes like a blend of muscovado sugar and spicy tannins, hinting at an expensive cigar with notes of raisins and nutmeg. Announced last year, the first of the 275 bottles were released internationally this past week, with only five in the U.S. More of those bottles will be released in subsequent years. They’ll be tough to find, and with a suggested retail price of $17,500 per bottle not for every connoisseur.