World’s most expensive spirits

most expensive alcohol

Whether it’s a celebratory party or a birthday party, liquor only adds to the fun (granted everyone present is above/equal to the age of drinking). For the best experience possible, you show be aware of the best liquors out there even if they’re expensive.

Liquor, specifically in India, has come a long way since the 2nd Century. Over the years, loads of high-quality flavored spirits, and unique casks have been produced by the best manufacturers. As the demand for liquor increases, more and more manufacturers switch over to this line of work. As expensive as these liquors are, they’re meant to be served neatly, and if that’s something you’re not into, this article might not be relevant to you.

“World’s most expensive Alcohol”. In this article, we’ll mention a few of the World’s expensive Alcohol throughout the entire world.

#1: D’Amalfi Limoncello Supreme

D’Amalfi Limoncello Supreme

The D’ Amalfi Limoncello Supreme costs over 44 million dollars, and only has two bottles in existence! What makes it so expensive? Well, the three single cut flawless diamonds of course (they round up to 13 carats on the neck and 18.5 carats on the body). 

This dazzling bottle is the invention of Italy’s Antica Distilleria Russo, and its contents are made through an infusion of peels of lemons from the Amalfi Coast, and the yellow color of the liquor adds an aromatic taste.

#2: Platinum Bottle by Tequila Ley

Platinum Bottle by Tequila Ley

The platinum bottle costs over 3.5 million dollars, making it the most expensive tequila in existence. This 4-year-old aged Anejo tequila is contained in a hand-crafted two-piece bottle (one-liter). The materials used are platinum (pure), and 4,100 diamonds. The tequila inside is called Ley (.925).

It’s premium extra Anejo adds extensively to the flavor. It contains the best quality agave with 42 degrees of alcohol volume (contained in barrel for over 7 years!)

#3: Henri IV Dudognon Heritage Cognac

Henri IV Dudognon Heritage Cognac

This 100-year-old Heritage Cognac costs over 2 million dollars, and it’s one of the World’s most expensive Alcohol you can find! The materials used to make the bottle are 25 carats of gold, and around 6,500 diamonds (that weigh 18 pounds). Its alcohol can be as high as 41%, filled with 100 cl of aged liquor. Its packaging is done by Jose (Jeweler).

#4: Mendis Coconut Brandy

Mendis Coconut Brandy

The Mendis Coconut Brandy costs over 1 million dollars, which is quite reasonable considering that it’s the first ultra-premium coconut brandy ever created. Just by the name, you can tell that its contents are made from coconuts, but what you can’t tell, is that it’s distilled from coconut flower (one-hundred percent all-natural).

Not just that, this Coconut brandy has to be matured in Hamilla wood casks for two years at a minimum. With the 1 million dollar purchase, you also get a seven-day luxury trip to the distillery in Sri Lanka on a private helicopter and even a first-class flight to the Maldives.

#5: “Eye of the Dragon” Vodka

“Eye of the Dragon” Vodka

This 5.5 million dollar Vodka is truly one-of-a-kind, made with over 15 thousand diamonds! That’s honestly a lot just for a bottle of Vodka. But it does come down to personal preference. The Vodka’s creators are Michel Warren and Scarselli Diamonds New York.

The glass used to make the bottle is hand-blown and decorated with two kilograms of gold, an opulent 50-carat yellow diamond, and just by the name, you can guess that the is a golden dragon. The bottle is truly a work of art and took 8 months to finish. 

Most of the bottle’s value comes from the 620-carat diamonds engraved in the bottle (costing around 4.6 million dollars).

#6: Watenshi Japanese Angel gin

Watenshi Japanese Angel gin

This may be the cheapest option in this list, but it’s still one of the best liquors out there. The Watenshi Japanese Angel gin costs only 2700 dollars. That’s still pretty expensive, but it’s nothing when compared to other liquors on this list. 

The bottle contains the top 1% of Japanese gin that yields 15 ml per distillation, so using that, we get to a total of 50 distillations per bottle. It’s made by a master distiller named Will Lowe, and what’s amazing about this liquor is that it’s distilled half the pressure on top of Mount Everest. It contains traces of citrus, spice, and bitter juniper.

Conclusion:

You can tell just by the prices that these liquors are indeed the most expensive in the entire world. A total of 6 liquors have been mentioned in this article on “World’s most expensive alcohol”. 

We hope you find this article useful, and if you have any further queries, or would like to add something to this article, feel free to comment down below, and we’ll try to respond to as many queries as we can!

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