Having talked about World’s most-expensive wine and vodka, I use to feel incomplete and guilty that there is nothing unbeatable for Rum-lovers. But today, the very news of World’s most-expensive Rum to be exhibited at Europe’s first rum festival, Rum Fest has calmed down my curiosity. Retailed at £26,000, this can be identified as the world’s oldest rum as well as the Jamaican distillers Wray and Nephew bottled it in 1940 with the blends tracking back to 1915. It is a living symbol of the tradition of the Wray and Nephew Rum. This is one of the four unopened bottles available globally as after their limited production, the distillery practiced different methods of production.