Arts & Collections: Treasures


A whiskey set of the rarest Irish whiskey

Issue Magazine has featured the second release from The Craft Irish Whiskey Co., ‘The Emerald Isle’, in the Arts & Collections Treasures edition, dedicated to highlighting items that demonstrate artistry and craftsmanship in both rare and exquisite ways. This seven-piece collection, in partnership with Fabergé, is inspired by ‘The Seven Wonders of Ireland’, and includes two bottles of ultra-rare, 30-year-old, triple distilled Irish whiskey; the rarest in existence.

A duck swimming in a lake for The Craft Irish Whiskey Co.

Buyers will also be treated to a first of its kind Fabergé Celtic Egg, within which sits an uncut Zambian emerald, and a bespoke Altruist timepiece. The first set was sold via a private auction in Houston, winning $2 million, the entirety of which will be donated to various charities, including the Correa Family Foundation, a charity close to the heart of  Jay Bradley, whiskey expert, entrepreneur and founder of The Craft Irish Whiskey Co. and sister company Whiskey and Wealth Club.

A Fabergé watch that is part of an expensive Irish whiskey set
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