You are using an older browser version. Please use a supported version for the best MSN experience.

Scotch Barreled During WWII May Fetch Six Figures at Sotheby’s Auction in London

A single malt scotch whiskey 80 years in the making is going on the auction block. Whiskey-maker Gordon and Macphail barreled the booze during World War II. Sotheby’s Spirits Specialist Jonny Fowle explained to CBS News’ Ian Lee, “Distilleries were turned into arms manufacturers or clothing manufacturers. Everything was used for the war effort. So to have any whiskey distilled in 1940 let alone that still exists today and that you can drink is extremely rare.”

UP NEXT

UP NEXT

More From Inside Edition

More From Inside Edition

image beaconimage beaconimage beacon