New York – On Thursday night, Glenfiddich, the world’s most awarded Single Malt Scotch Whisky, celebrated 125 years of pioneering achievement with an exclusive 150 person anniversary gala on Liberty Island in New York, hosted by actor Adrian Grenier.
The highlight of the evening was an auction of the first U.S. bottle of the world’s most valuable single malt — one of 11 available. The 55-Year-Old Glenfiddich Janet Sheed Roberts Reserve raised $94,000 becoming the most expensive whisky purchased at auction — with proceeds going to Grenier’s SHFT Initiatives, a charity dedicated to sustainability causes.
Actor Adrian Grenier and producer Peter Glatzer enter Glenfiddich’s 125th anniversary celebration on Liberty Island where the highlight of the evening was an auction of world’s most valuable single malt, the 55-Year-Old Glenfiddich Janet Sheed Roberts Reserve, which went for $94,000 with proceeds going to Grenier’s SHFT Initiatives.
Actor Adrian Grenier congratulates whisky collector Mahesh Patel as Christie’s auctioneer Rachel Orkin-Ramey announces his $94,000 bid for Glenfiddich’s Janet Sheed Roberts Reserve — shattering the world auction record for the most expensive single malt scotch whisky.
Actor Adrian Grenier and Christie’s Vice President Rachel Orkin-Ramey celebrate with renowned whisky investor Mahesh Patel following Patel’s purchase of Glenfiddich’s Janet Sheed Reserve for $94,000 at Glenfiddich’s 125th Anniversary Celebration on Liberty Island in New York.