Russo-Baltique Vodka for $1.3 Million
Russian car maker Russo-Baltique has released a bottle of vodka worth $1.3 million. The extravagantly priced vodka was created to "woo Russian royalty, tycoons and wealthy aficionados worldwide." The first bottle will be gifted to Prince Albert of Monaco.
Hennessy's $220,000 Beauté du Si?cle
For $220,000 you can get your hands on Beauté du Si?cle, an ornate treasure chest filled with a 100-year-old cognac and a stunning Baccarat decanter. Designed by French artist, Jean-Michel Othoniel, only 100 treasure chests will be available and will be personally delivered by a Hennessy board member.
Krug Champagne Auctions for $21,200
Considered to be "one of the greatest Champagnes ever made," the 1928 Krug surpassed what experts estimated the closing bid would be. Recently, a bottle of the coveted 1928 Krug was auctioned off at the Acker Merrall and Condit's Auction for a record price of $21,200, making it the most expensive bottle of Champagne in the world.
Henri IV Dudognon Heritage Cognac Sells for $2 Million
A bottle of 100 year-aged Henri IV Dudognon Heritage Cognac, packaged by jeweler Jose Davalos, sold for $2 million to a buyer in Dubai. Adorned with 6,500 diamonds, the handmade crystal bottle is dipped in 24 karat gold and finished in sterling platinum.
Louis XIII Black Pearl Redefines the Top Shelf
The Black Pearl boasts all the same quality characteristics as Louis XIII, however it is the impressive casing that defines its regal nature. Its value is exemplified by the limited number of Baccarat crystal bottles produced, each individually numbered. Rémy Martin outfitted the crystal with four distinct seals, all of which showcase the lily. The Louis XIII Black Pearl is priced at approximately $9,000.
$5,000 Glengoyne 40 Year Old Single Malt
The rare whiskey is bottled in a hand-blown Glencairn Crystal decanter with an individual number engraved in the base, decorated by an engraved sheaf of wheat on the stopper. The decanter is housed in a lacquered, piano-finished, solid oak wood presentation box, complete with gold plates on the front and hand-stitched cream leather interior. Only 250 bottles will be available worldwide, priced at about $5,000 apiece.
Highland Park 40-Year-Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky
2007 Distiller of the Year Highland Park has introduced a permanent flagship 40 year old single malt Scotch whisky expression it refers to as a "harmonious masterpiece." Having personally sampled this liquid luxury, I concur. Aged primarily in previously-filled sherry oak casks and with a rich, coppery amber hue, Highland Park 40 Year Old offers a spicy and aromatic bouquet of dark fruits, nutmeg and dark chocolate, with palate notes of toffee and sun dried orange zest. At $2,000 per bottle, Highland Park 40 Year Old is among the world's most luxe libations indeed.
The Macallan Fine & Rare Vintage 1947
Legendary Speyside single malt The Macallan has come out with an extremely precious Fine & Rare Vintage 1947 edition for the ultimate celebratory tipple; but you have to act fast because only five bottles of the luxurious elixir will be available in the entire United States. The final price has not been announced, but the last time this vintage was available it cost around $7,000 a pop.In 2007, a bottle of vintage 1926 Macallan was auctioned off at Christie's for $54,000, making it one of the most expensive bottles of liquor ever sold.