Evidently there are "wine" and "spirits" banks where one can store their shrewd "investments". It'll never be consumed.
Which means that no one knows what it should taste like.
With extremely rare and old wines (mostly Bordeaux) , there are recent scandals of people selling bottles that may, or may not, have been refilled with newer wine.
Since no one today can truly say what a bottle from the 40s would taste like, it's hard to know what you're drinking.
The market for rare whiskey's is probably not as robust but how would you know if you're bottle of whiskey really had been aged for 62 years?
I'd rather buy something I could truly enjoy drinking and then go out and get more of it.