Fancy another? Well it’s your round! We’ve complied a list of some of the most expensive booze around. You’ll never complain about the price of a pint in your local ever again!
Henri IV Dudognon Heritage Cognac Grande Champagne
Soon to be stocked at your local Tesco (no only joking), this bottle of Dudognon Heritage Cognac Grande Champagne is in fact cognac. This 1 litre crystal bottle has been dipped in 24k yellow gold and sterling platinum, complete with 6,500 certified brilliant-cut diamonds, master-crafted by the well-known jeweler, Jose Davalos.
How’s that for a bit of bling? After aging for mere 100 years, the cognac measures in at 41 percent proof.
La Ley del Diamante (the Diamond Sterling) Tequila
You might think twice about pouring a tequila slammer from this bottle of Mexican Tequila. The bottle has been created using hand-blown glass created by 32 Mexican craftsmen and covered with 4kg of pure platinum and sterling silver and finished with 6,000 certified brilliant-cut diamonds.
As for the tequila itself, it’s been extra-aged (3, 6 or 9 years), blended in cured barrels with an alcohol content of 42 percent.
DIVA Premium Vodka
50ml of this DIVA Premium Vodka makes one hell of an expensive vodka and coke. Made in Scotland (didn’t see that one coming did you?), this vodka varies in price, depending on how many gems you fancy showing off inside your bottle.
Triple distilled, Blackwood Distillers make this with natural spring water. Filtered through ice, Nordic birch charcoal and a sand made from crushed diamonds and gems, this really is the bee’s knees.
The Macallan Fine and Rare Collection, 1926
Highly sought after, this 60 year old whiskey is no longer available to buy. However, if you’re ever in the area, the Old Homestead Steakhouse in the Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa in Atlantic City, New Jersey sells it for $3,300 per dram.
Chateau Lafite 1787
Possibly not the best wine to bring out at a dinner party, this bottle of Chateau Lafite was originally bought by Thomas Jefferson in France (his intials are on the bottle). For some reason he never got round to drinking it and the wine sold for $160,000 in 1985 to a London collector.
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