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Scottsdale Costco selling $17,000 bottle of scotch

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SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -

A rare aged scotch. There's only one bottle of it available for sale in the valley, and it's only one of 72 bottles for sale in the entire United States.

The price tag -- $17,000 -- and it's only available at, of all places, Costco!

When you go to Costco, you think about buying things like cereal in bulk, gallons and gallons of milk, or huge tubs of peanut butter.

You don't think about buying a $17,000 of alcohol. But here it is.

The $17,000 bottle is for sale at the Costco at Hayden and Raintree.

It's called McCallen, aged 60 years. Only 400 bottles of it were made, and there are only 72 for sale in the U.S.

And the only bottle in all of Arizona is for sale at this Costco.

Now $17,000 sounds like a lot, but this is Costco. This price is apparently a steal!

Plus... Troy Hayden takes a shot to test it out. Press play for more.

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