VeryFirstTo Offers the Most Expensive Christmas Hamper With Rare Caviar and Champagne

Christmas is the best time to celebrate luxury and VeryFirstTo, the luxury launches website, pulls out all stops to come up with the ultimate creations that add the ultra luxurious touch to the celebrations during Christmas. They are offering the world’s most expensive Christmas hamper and they have made sure that every article in the hamper is not only the best but the rarest of rare in its category. The hamper that will cost you a whopping £85,000 is filled with some of the most luxurious, coveted and delicious food and drink and also boasts of some highly desirable luxury accessories.

Most Expensive Christmas Hamper
The hamper boasts of some of the rarest caviar, foie gras as well as the same champagne that was served at Prince Charles and Diana’s wedding. The Almas caviar is the true treasure of the caviar world as only one in 6,000 Sturgeon carry the amazingly golden yellow albino eggs. Then there is the prestigious Saint James Prunier caviar filled in a specially made 250gm Love Tin inspired by one of Yves Saint Laurent’s handmade greeting cards. There is Goose Foie Gras With Black Truffles as well as a sumptuous can of Duck Foie Gras. The hamper also contains both the bold black and the much desired white Alba truffles. The list of food items in the hamper also includes Joselito gran reserva ham from Spain along with an acorn fed Iberian Chorizo.

Champagne Bottled for the Wedding of Prince Charles


The drinks that the hamper offers make it even more interesting and unique. It contains a bottle of the Moët & Chandon Dom Perignon 1961. It was the official champagne at the 1981 wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana and the bottle carries the special insignia created just for the ceremony. Apart from the rare champagne the hamper also contains a 2002 Romanee Conti, a 2002 Le Montrache and the Glenlivet, an exceptionally smooth and luxurious vintage 1964 Scotch. And above all the hamper contains the over 200 year old Cognac Jules Robin 1789 which is believed to have been stored in oak for over 70 years before being transferred to the attractive glass bottle. The accessories in the hamper include Versace for Rosenthal Champagne Flutes, a mother of pearl caviar dish with two spoons and a striking mother of pearl bottle opener.

Via: mirror

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