Spirit sold at Singapore airport is so expensive you can only have vapour tastings
A spirit sold at Singapore's Changi Airport is so expensive that potential buyers are only allowed to taste the vapour.
Footage shot on 18 March 2019 shows the liquor's 128,000 Singapore dollar (95,429 US dollar) price tag, and the 'cloud machine' that generated the vapour to taste.
The drink has been aged for 50 years or more.
It is unclear whether the airport, whose activities have been sharply curtailed by the pandemic, is still selling the booze.