Caskshare, the renowned Scottish whisky business, has announced an exciting development for rare malt enthusiasts. In an unprecedented move, they are releasing a limited run of 190 bottles of an exceptionally rare Macallan distilled in 1991. This highly anticipated ballot offers whisky connoisseurs a chance to own a piece of history. Priced at $4,250 per bottle, this 32-year-old single cask Scotch whisky, bottled under the Collective Series label, showcases Caskshare’s commitment to offering unique and one-of-a-kind products to the global market.

Exclusive Features and Global Access

The uniqueness of this offering lies not only in its rarity but also in its aging process. Distilled at the Macallan Distillery, this whisky has been aged in a first-fill ex-bourbon cask, followed by a finish in a PX Sherry cask. It boasts an impressive 49% ABV, a testament to its distinct aging process. With priority access given to members, the remaining bottles will be distributed randomly worldwide, emphasizing Caskshare’s dedication to expanding its reach, especially in the US market. The ballot opens on December 7th and promises to be a landmark event, following the record-breaking sale of a Macallan 1926 bottle for $2.7 million.

Artistic Collaboration and Future Endeavors

This release is not just about the whisky but also celebrates the artistry and craftsmanship behind it. Caskshare has collaborated with American artist Tristan Eaton for the exclusive bottle design, drawing inspiration from Eaton’s murals on Alexander Graham Bell. This collaboration is a perfect blend of Scottish innovation and American artistic flair, further enhancing the appeal of this release. Looking ahead, Caskshare plans to make the rest of the Collective Series available through its US site, offering local shipping and duty rates, making these unique bottles more accessible to US-based enthusiasts.

This limited-run release marks a significant step in making unique, high-end whiskies more accessible, especially to the US market. To participate in this rare opportunity, visit and be a part of whisky history.