Ranging from 5 to 16 years old, these whiskeys all scored 89 points or more.
These whiskeys matured for 13 to 25 years in first-fill and refill bourbon barrels before a 15 month finish in lightly toasted Irish oak casks.
Only 15 numbered sets of the No. 5 Collection, which includes expressions with ages spanning five decades, were released worldwide.
A cask strength bourbon, Irish single malt, and Cabernet Sauvignon finished bourbon all scored top marks in the Spring 2022 issue.
A 48 year old blended scotch, 50 year old single malt scotch, and cask strength rye whiskey all qualify as instant collectibles.
A single pot still, Isle of Skye peated single malt, and American single malt showcased the very best of the Winter 2021 Buying Guide.
These single malts from Scotland and Japan are all up there in age, including a record setting 80 year old, and all stand to increase in value.