The 20 Most Expensive Alcoholic Drinks In The World

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I can’t wait for the range to open up, where I can start doing the things that I want to do!

When it comes to beer, drinking is expensive.

Some people say that these items are expensive because they’re really good, but I think we need to recognize that the “real” price of these things is the price that people have to pay to get them.

The 20 Most Expensive Alcoholic Drinks In the World

The alcoholic drinks mentioned below give a rough idea of how much alcohol an average adult male consumes in one sitting.

These are the 20 most expensive drinks in the world.

20. Salvatore’s Legacy – $8,316

This recipe was conceived and developed by Salvatore Calabrese, owner of the world-famous Savoy Hotel.

Salvatore Calabrese created the recipes and mixes the cocktails.

It is a really amazing drink – and that’s not an exaggeration. Each sip will make your mouth water. You’ll get a taste of the past and the present in one sip.

This makes for a unique and amazing experience, but also a little pricey.

19. The Winston Cocktail – $12,790 per glass

People think the Winston Cocktail only comes from Australia, but it was originally created by the late Dale DeGroff and the New York City bar, The Rainbow Room.

This drink contains the most expensive liquer, like Grand Marnier Quintessence. It also has other expensive liquers.

There is a small number of distilleries creating Cognac and they have to be selective about which ones to make the “good stuff”. However, it is usually quite expensive, so they are not eager to “sell out” to just anyone. In fact, there are laws against selling to just anyone.

Cocktails that are made with alcohol can have different names depending on who you’re serving the drink to!

18. The Diamond Is Forever Martini – $18,000

If diamonds are your thing and you’re interested in the jewelry industry, then you’re going to enjoy this one.

The martini can also be served with a twist, since the martini glass is filled with crushed ice, while the martini has vermouth and fresh lime served in a chilled martini glass.

 The best part is that the diamonds are made out of a special crystal that is as hard as diamond… they won’t break… and they won’t get lost!

If you go to the Ritz-Carlton and drink tea in one of their teahouses, you will have a good chance of getting some tea from Japan.

17. Legacy By Angostura – $25,000

The Legacy Collection, made in 2006, is an exclusive blend of seven rums from the company’s past collections. It includes rums from the 1960s, 1970s, 1980s, 1990s, 2000s, 1980s, and 1990s. Each rum included in this collection is unique and was crafted with the same premium tastes and quality that Legacy has become famous for.

Angostura set out to create the ultimate expression of the Angostura Rum. They wanted to make a rum that was considered to be the best sipping rum ever!

If you make it to the top five and win, you’re going to earn a $25,000 prize. If you make it to the top ten, you’ll be given an additional $1,000, but if you make it to the top five, you will be awarded an additional $25,000! This will be for a total prize of $25,000.

16. The Ruby Rose Cocktail – $40,000

You know I’m a fan of a drink that looks good and is really tasty!

If the sound of it doesn’t want to seduce you, knowing it’s made with fine Belgian beer will.

Here’s a tip. You can easily make your own by combining pomegranate juice, Hangar One Vodka, St. Germain, orange juice and rosewater.

Or, if you want to pay a little less to do the same, you could swap it out for a five-carat diamond for $32,000.

15. Chateau D’Yquem – $130,000

This is a rare bottle of vintage cognac. It is the most expensive bottle of white wine in the world.

Wine bottles tend to be full of a history of the wine and its production process. This is the story of this wine, and it will always stick with it.

 The original “Big Bad Wolf” was brewed by the famous Chicago brewery, Wirtz Beverage Company and has been served at the White House since the late 1940s. This Wolf has been through five different owners since its original release in 1949. The current owner, Bughouse Ltd, has kept the Wolf in continuous production as the flagship product of their “Big Bad Wolf” line.

14. Diamond Jubilee By Johnnie Walker – $165,000

The Diamond Jubilee Whisky comes in a gold box decorated with a gold coin. It also comes in a bottle shaped like a gold crown.

The new bottle design is called ‘Infinity’ and is designed to offer a greater taste experience when compared to existing Johnnie Walker bottles. It is also lighter and more durable than the current design.

This year, the Scottish distiller decided to celebrate the anniversary in style and invited me to join in the celebrations in Scotland.

The bottle should also be praised for being made from Baccarat crystal casings, and it is encrusted with a half-carat diamonds!

Go to get your $165,000 ready this Friday night, with $300!

13. The Black Pearl Louis XIII Anniversary Edition By Remy Martin – $165,000

After Remy Martin, we have Louis XIII Black Pearl.

This is currently their most expensive liquor. Some of the ingredients in it are over 100 years old.

It takes only a little to produce these bottles. Since they are made in such small numbers, no two are alike. Their inlays are exquisite, and they have a very high quality feel.

The doors to those chambers were built with a special technique and process. It is thought that this process is kept in a vault somewhere.

12. Penfold Ampoule  – $170,000

I like the Penfolds ampoule because it’s beautiful as well as functional.

I love this kind of glass. This is a good example of a really nice piece of glass. It’s very clear and looks good, I love it.

There are only twelve unique bottles of this expensive wine on the planet and all were handmade by South Australians finest craftsmen individually numbered and all of them were crafted by hand.

You’ll get your first shipment of wine from the winery that you invested in if you have $170,000 in your bank account, or if you pay for the entire amount up-front.

11. The Sapphire Revelation By Bombay – $200,000

There are a plethora of distilleries, which started in the 1500s and are set to be the leading gin and spirits suppliers of the twenty-first century.

The concept is a diamond and jeweled band for the left hand called the Sapphire Revelation.

For $200,000, you’ll get a large bottle, made from Baccarat crystal, filled with the best gin the brewery has ever made.

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10. Dalmore 62 – $215,000

No one knows who the person was that first created the recipe, but the most likely candidate is George Dickel, who was the head distiller in 1898.
If you want to learn more about this whiskey, check out this article about it.

It is a wine with a small fan base – mainly in Europe – but has been gaining a large following in the last few years. For that reason, there were only 12 bottles created. So the question would be – why, if it is gaining a huge following, is the bottle so affordable?!

I found this guy through a friend who was selling all these cool toys for cheap.

9. Armand de Brignac Midas – $265,000

When he was a kid, the kid’s parents bought him a bottle of Armand de Brignac champagne, and he became super famous because he was a super rich kid! But then when he turned 20, he sold the most expensive champagne ever!

I enjoy trying wine that has a little bit of age and complexity. This is a fairly good wine and with no real flaws.

However, it might be one of the most expensive drinks in the world, as it was designed to be one of the most expensive drinks in the world.

8. 1945 Romanee-Conti Wine – $558,000


Wine from the same year will be very similar. For example, a 1945 Romanee-Conti (or a 1947 Mouton-Rothschild) is going to be very close in style to a 1945 Romanee-Conti.
Of course, the price of a 1945 Romanee-Conti will be much more expensive than that of a 1945 Mouton-Rothschild.

They decided to do that because of the war. They had a huge amount of alcohol rationing, and they had to use whatever was available. It’s the last year they would make this wine.

Wine is so good and so interesting. We found it in our store and went to taste it. We liked the wine because it was very good and was also very surprising.

There are plenty of reasons to own the “Dirty Martini,” in fact, but the most compelling one is that it was only made in the first place because Harvey Wallbanger made a fortune selling it.

7. Macallan 64 Year Old In Lalique – $625,000

Macallan is priced at around $25,000, and it also has a diamond encrusted bottle.

In total, the auction of the car has raised over €400,000, and the winning bid was €2.2 million.

Whiskey, like wine, is actually a fermented beverage that comes in different varieties, and one of the popular varieties is Macallan.

There are only four bottles ever made and combined with the craftsmanship of the bottle and the whiskey itself is what makes this drink so darn expensive.

Apparently, each bottle is made from pure, hand-cut crystal and weights 25 pounds whether there is liquor inside or not.

6. Mendis Coconut Brandy VS – $1 Million

A great coconut brandy that is made with the coconut water and the flesh of the coconut itself. It was created from a traditional method that uses coconuts of all shapes and sizes from all over the world. The brandy itself is made with the water and flesh of coconut that is distilled through a copper still for about 3 hours and then a coconut-based liqueur is created.

The wine was designed as a tribute to the great Mendis family in Sri Lanka. The wine is designed to complement a classic Sri Lankan meal of curries and rice or noodles.
[Translation]: It was crafted by the Mendis family and is a tribute to the House of Mendis in Sri Lanka. The wine is designed to complement classic Sri Lankan meals of curries and rice or noodles.

We’ve never seen anything so crazy and outrageous in our entire lives!
You’ve gotta admit, it’s pretty neat!

5. Diva Vodka – $1 Million

If you’re looking for something completely different, and really don’t care about the taste or the money, then Diva Vodka might be for you.

You can always get creative and change the numbers to fit your particular needs.

 It’s the only vodka in the world to be filtered through precious jewels after being filtered the traditional way. After that, it is poured into a bottle that has a load of Swarovski crystals running down the centre of the bottle.

SWEET POTATO Vodka is a 100% grain-free alcohol-free beverage that is infused with sweet potato extract.

However, since it is so hard to get a good tasting Vodka and since it is expensive, people choose to make their own alcohol.

€ The reason behind all these is that our country is so small, € all of us need to stick together.

4. Russo-Baltique Vodka – $1.35 Million

The following is a list of the most expensive alcoholic drinks in the world.

Because if you don’t love your vodka, you’ll be sick to your stomach and unable to stop puking for the next twelve hours.

The bottles are made of pure gold, they feel to be the bottles of the old times, each bottle top is a masterpiece, there are inlaid in each bottle, each bottle top is a masterpiece.

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3. Henri IV Dudognon Heritage Cognac Grande Champagne – $2 Million

The best things in life are worth more than anything else.

Cognac was initially aged for 100 years. The bottle is made of platinum and is encrusted with 24-carat gold. The bottle is covered with diamonds.

It appears to be a golden ball with wings, and it looks like it’s not meant to be tossed.

2. Tequila Ley .925 – $3.5 Million

Tequila is a popular beverage sold in many countries throughout the world.

Both Tequila and Guacamole have similar traits.

The alcohol was first distilled in a clay pot, then the distillery used the leftover distillate from that to make a small amount of tequila to serve at a party.

It is still unsold because it is a limited stock of the product, and it might not be selling as much as the more popular product on the market.

And it is the second most expensive alcoholic drink in the world.

1. Billionaire Vodka – $3.7 Million

Well, I wanted to work for a company that was doing so much and that was able to support me in terms of helping me find something to do with the rest of my life.

Billionaire Vodka is produced by hand, one bottle at a time, and with a secret recipe of their choosing. They make it exclusively on demand and the brand name is a play on the expression “Billionaire.”

[Billionaire Vodka Paraphrase]: This is the one, the only, the only.

The five litre water bottle is covered in thousands of diamonds and crystals and designed by Leon Verre.

The most expensive alcoholic drink in the world costs a million dollars!


It’s interesting to note that many of the drinks on our list are produced by companies with high-end brands.

Yeah! Businesses don’t know how to price their products and don’t know how to calculate profit, and so they price it based on how much they can get away with.

It’s not about the ball. It’s about the power of the balls!

Here’s the list of the 20 most expensive alcoholic drinks in the world.
And, yeah, I can’t believe it either.
A bottle of champagne costs more than a month of my salary.
And, some beers can cost you more than a year of your salary.

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