Drinkers, we have a new world record holder. A 228-liter bottle of The Famous Grouse, a blended Scotch whisky, is now officially the biggest bottle of whisky in the world. The bottle was authenticated by Guinness World Records on August 12, also the 107th birthday of The Famous Grouse brand.
If you fancy a trip to Scotland, you can see this behemoth on display at the Glenturret Distillery near Crieff in Perthshire, Scotland. The glass bottle was made near Prague in the Czech Republic, and it measures 5 feet, 5 inches tall.
The record previously belonged to Jack Daniels for a 184-liter bottle. It seems that the Jack Daniels team loves a challenge, and they currently hold five Guinness World Records, including “most contributions to a greeting card” (1,075), “most people blowing out candles simultaneously” (250), and last but not least, “fastest time to build a 20 shot glass pyramid” (10.56 seconds).
(Photo: The Famous Grouse/PA)