Most Expensive Alcoholic Drinks
The joy of drinking alcoholic drinks discovered long time ago in around 10,000 BC. Alcohol is something that is deeply ingrained in some cultures. Believe it or not, it’s not just human who consume alcohol; it’s also monkeys and other apes that had been documented getting drunk by eating very ripe fruits whose sugars have naturally produced ethanol.
Thousands years later, the production of the alcoholic drinks increased. Though the basic ingredients of the drinks are almost the same, but, sometimes the brands make the price different. Check out the most expensive alcohol below!
1. Tequila Ley .925 - $3,500,000
The Tequila Ley .925 is a tequila that has a unique production process, in the sense that it’s been distilled specifically for terrible people. With diamonds pasted all over the bottle, no wonder this tequila is on the top of this expensive alcohol list. Can you imagine how it taste?
2. Henri IV Dudognon Heritage Cognac Grande Champagne - $2,000,000
There are at least two reasons why this alcohol becomes so expensive. First, it is because of the age of this cognac which has been over 100 years. Secondly, it is due to the bottle which is coated with 24-carat gold and sterling platinum and is studded with an outrageous 6,500 diamonds.
3. Diva Vodka - $1,000,000
Diva Vodka is made through a complex distilling process where the alcohol is triple refined and finished after pouring through precious stones. It was produced in 2007 and designed with coloured diamonds in the centre of the bottle. Well, no wonder this vodka is so expensive ($1 million).
4. Dalmore 62 - $215,000
It is the most expensive whiskey on earth with only 12 bottles of it ever produced. A single bottle of this beverage contains enough liquor to pour out a number of drinks. An anonymous buyer bought this with the price $215,000 at Changi Airport, Singapore.
5. Armand de Brignac Midas - $215,000
6. Penfold Ampoule - $170,000
7. Chateau d’Yquem - $130,000
8. Legacy by Angostura - $25,000
Buying these alcohols mentioned above might never be a dream for common people. Meanwhile, for the richest, the cost is not a problem for sure. Now, if you have one of its alcohol collections, what would you do after you drink? Will you throw away the bottle? Or, will you let your 5 years old child play with it?