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World’s most expensive beverages – part 2

Continuing last week’s post World’s most expensive beverages – part 1, we are going to explore the world of sublime and ultra-expensive drinks that the real of rich people has to offer. Most of these spirits are limited editions and very hard to obtain, which makes them all the more valuable as a liquor’s quality is not dependent only on its taste and texture, but rather attainability.

Dalmore 62 – $215,000

dalmore 62

With only 12 bottles having been produces, this exclusive liquor is truly a treat for the super-rich. Of course, the basis for the whiskey’s staggering price is its rarity, albeit the taste and quality of texture are still pretty impressive. Rightfully called “pure liquid gold”, the liquor is poured in a hand-blown crystal decanter with the iconic, 12-pointed platinum stag head. What’s even more – Dalmore is a “fantastic investment” since its value has risen tenfold to £100,000 from the time it was first released in 2002.

Diva Vodka – $1,000,000

diva vodka

A fantastic experiment in creativity has produced this bold and one-of-a-kind vodka – triple filtered, through ice, Nordic birch charcoal, and finally through sand containing precious gems. And coming in contact with precious stones skyrockets the value of a beverage always. The bottle that holds the unique spirit is equally fascinating and decorated with real Swarovski crystals. It’s truly the world’s most extravagant and glamorous vodka with unique taste and qualities – the result of a meticulous distilling process.

Henri IV Dudognon Heritage Cognac Grande Champagne – $2,000,000

Henri-IV-Dudognon-Heritage-Cognac-Grande-Champagne

Cognac fit for nobility – this is the most fitting description for Henri IV Dudognon Heritage Cognac Grande Champagne. Aged for 100 years, the liquor comes in a bottle that has been dipped in 24-carat gold and sterling platinum and embellished with 6,500 diamonds.

Tequila Ley .925 – $3,500,000 (featured picture above)

The unique production process employs specific distilling techniques that make this tequila into a true nectar of the gods.  Produced by the same company behind Henri IV Dudognon Heritage Cognac Grande Champagne, it comes in its own fabulous bottle decorated with diamonds.