NOLA Smokehouse at Barangaroo NSW has managed to secure one bottle of Buffalo Trace’s 1990 O.F.C. There were only 63 bottles ever produced and this is believed to be the last in existence.
So, as you could imagine, the liquid has been priced accordingly. If you are heading to the restaurant to enjoy a dram overlooking the Jones Bay Wharf, you better make it a payday.
30mls will set you back an eye watering $750 or $30 more than the average weekly wage. $25 per drop to be precise.
The bourbon is aptly named after the O.F.C. Distillery in Kentucky which made its name during the prohibition.
“My theory is if you pay for it you can drink it how ever you want,” says bar manager Ben Ingall after being asked if it can be mixed with Coke.