The third bottle in a set of rare whiskies has broken records at auction.
The Glenfiddich Janet Sheed Roberts Reserve single malt was created in honour of its namesake, the granddaughter of William Grant, founder of the Glenfiddich distillery.
Mrs Roberts celebrated her 110th birthday in August last year and is the oldest living person in Scotland.
The first of 11 bottles to be released to the public, broke records by selling for £47,000 at auction in December.
The third bottle has now beaten that record, selling for nearly £60,000 at auction in New York.
Each bottle of the single malt Scotch celebrates a decade of Mrs Roberts' life. The second bottle was sold to an anonymous bidder for £44,000/
Proceeds from the recent sale, made during a charity event on New York's Liberty Island, will benefit the charitable arm of the sustainable development company SHFT.