World's Largest Bottle of Whiskey

The world's largest bottle of whiskey was unveiled yesterday in Britain:

Dru McPherson and Mike Drury made the monster malt to put the village of Tomintoul, Banffshire, on the map.

The giant 1½metre bottle holds 105.3 litres of 14-year-old Tomintoul single malt.

A German glassmaker created the 7mm thick pyrex bottle, and a massive cork was specially made to fit.

Image via flickr user Kyle May used under creative commons license. Because of very strict copyright restrictions at The Sun, I can't show the picture of the bottle itself. But it's at the link, and it's huge.

Link via J-Walk Blog

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