Not unlike the resurgence of craft beers stateside, Japanese-made whiskey has also seen a period of growth amongst more endowed parties in the past few years. Revered Hong Kong auction house Bonhams rides this wave by assembling a thorough assortment of rare Japanese whiskey for sale. The collection includes about 250 bottles from the likes of Ichiro’s Malt and Karuizawa Geisha, both now-defunct distilleries from the ’70s, as well as 50-year-old picks from Yamazaki. With some bottles valued as much as $32,000 USD, this auction might be reserved for purists. Look for the bidding to begin in February.