Bottle of the world’s oldest vintage whisky opened in Warsaw.
When Old Vatted Glenlivet 1862 was distilled among Scottish hills, the world was just in the middle of the age of steam, undergoing changes driven by the Industrial Revolution. Factories fully equipped with machinery transformed the faces of individual countries, large steamships crossed the Atlantic Ocean and the railway finally connected remote metropolises. A bottle of this extremely rare spirit, which can take us back to this long-forgotten world.
Bottle of whisky Old Vatted Glenlivet 1862 was opened thanks to the cooperation of Wealth Solutions and Sukhinder Singh, a famous British collector of rare alcoholic beverages and owner of The Whisky Exchange.
The bottle opening ceremony took place on 14th March 2017, in the presence of a Notary Public. It was hosted by the luxury five star H15 Boutique Hotel in the Historic Hall, situated in a XIX century building in Warsaw. It was attended by: Charles MacLean, a whisky expert, writer and Master of the Quaich, Edward Bates, a spirits expert and Bureau National Interprofessionnel du Cognac educator, Jean-Marie Schaller, the founder and creator of Louis Moinet, Michał Kowalski, Deputy President of Wealth Solutions, and Łukasz Baranowski, Deputy President of Wealth Solutions and CEO of Lux Coin.
A drop of this unique whisky was closed in the Whisky Watch created by Wealth Solutions and Louis Moinet, Swiss watch atelier. It was a part of the Spirit Watches line, i.e. extraordinary watches with drops of unique alcoholic beverages inside. Now, as part of the Spirit Coins project, a drop of this drink becomes the heart of a gold Whisky Coin.