Viet has been collecting rare and vintage bottles of whisky for more than 20 years, making it to the list of Guinness World Records
Vietnamese businessman Viet Nguyen Dinh Tuan owns 535 of the world's rarest, oldest and finest bottles of Scotch and Japanese whisky in a bespoke whisky lounge at his Ho Chi Minh City resident.
He has been revealed as the owner of the world's most valuable whisky collection.
Viet has been collecting rare and vintage bottles of whisky for more than 20 years, making it to the list of Guinness World Records.
Guinness World Records' website shows that Viet's collection of Whisky is worth USD16.7 million!
His collection includes one of the world's only complete Macallan Fine and Rare collections, including the iconic 1926 "Fine and Rare", reports BBC.
He owns three bottles of the Macallan 1926, which is a very rare Scotch Whisky. Only 40 bottles of the liquor were ever released.
A bottle of The Macallan 1926 was recently sold for £1.5m at an auction in London.
Viet Nguyen Dinh Tuan also has a bottle of the oldest Bowmore ever released. This is so rare that only 12 bottles of it were ever released.
He also owns one of the 24 bottles of the 1919 vintage Springbank.