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Can you believe this whiskey costs P3.5-million?

It's called "liquid gold."
IMAGE The Dalmore
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These days, whiskey is enjoying something of a love affair with the public. But every so often, a brand comes along that blows all the others out of the water. Few distilleries, for instance, can steal The Dalmore’s claim of producing single-malt whiskey so good that it’s proclaimed “liquid gold.”

At new flagship store of The Dalmore in Uptown Bonifacio, connoisseurs can reinvigorate their appetite with the Constellation Collection, known to be the “most expensive single malt whisky collection in the Philippines" at P18 million. 

The store's most expensive whiskey, The Dalmore 50, costs P3.5 million per bottle. Sadly, it doesn't surprise us that the only available one in the Philippines has been snapped up already by someone who beat us to it. A mighty fine drink that’s going to be.

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The flagship of The Dalmore is located in Uptown Parade, beside The Palace, in Uptown Bonifacio, Taguig City.

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