Bringing across a new definition to the world of luxury stands this post capturing the World’s Most Expensive Spirits that would make you feel high over a simple read. Those who wish to have their hard liquor seem really classy shall keep their fingers here. Let’s start with world’s most expensive cognac; the Henri IV Dudognon Heritage Cognac Grande Champagne that comes packed in a bejeweled crystal bottle bathed in 24K yellow gold and sterling platinum festooned with 6, 500 certified brilliant cut diamonds.
Did I tell you it is retailed at $1,946,617 only? Moving on further, we have the world’s most expensive tequila, the La Ley del Diamante (the Diamond Sterling) Tequila that is available in a hand-blown glass covered with four kilograms of pure platinum and sterling silver .925 and 6,000 brilliant-cut diamond and is priced at $1,547,880. It carries around 42% alcohol.
Following the queue is the DIVA Premium Vodka, the priciest one retailed at $1,060,000. Produced using natural spring water and triple-distilled, each bottle holds a glass center packed with precious or semi-precious jewels, counting diamonds.
Starting with the world’s most expensive whiskies, we have Nun’s Island, Galway Distillery, 20-Year-Old Pure Pot Still Whisky and Nun’s Island, Galway Distillery and 25-Year-Old Pure Pot Still Whisky. Each one is retailed at nearly $194,661. And finally not to forget the “Ho Ho Ho and aa bottle of Rum”! Manufactured by Jamaican distillers Wray and Nephew, the Wray and Nephew Rum was bottled in the 1940s using diverse blends and you would be glad to know that counted four unopened bottles are available across the world and each World’s Most Expensive Spirits is priced at $50,638.
P.S.: The above mentioned price may vary depending upon the jewels utilized.