You crack a bottle of champagne to commemorate a memorable occasion. You drink a glass of wine to wash down that perfect meal. You sit with a bottle of beer to watch that much awaited final match. What would you do with a 44 million dollar bottle of liquor?
Stuart Hughes and AnticaDistilleria Russo have collaborated to produce D’AmalfiLimoncello Supreme, the world’s most expensive liquor. The bottle contains three single cut flawless diamonds totalling 13 carats, which includes a rare single cut 18.5 carat diamond. The yellow color liquor is supposed to have a clear taste and the characteristic fragrance of the unique fruit.
If you’re a whisky connoisseur, then Isabella’s Islay is the choice for you. This 6.2 million bottle of whisky by Luxury Beverage Company. The liquor is corked in an English crystal decanter or a old Single Malt cask studded with 8500 diamonds and 300 rubies. One wonders whether you pay for the bottle or the brew.
A growing number of people appear to be investing in expensive whiskeys, scotches, bourbons and other liquors. Interestingly, these aficionados try and get two bottles, one to enjoy for now and the other to save in their collections. Most people search for limited edition or single barrel whiskey’s that have been aged for much longer than the bottles available at a duty free. The important question is, do you prefer have a collection of bottles for all to see or do you prefer having a collection of bottles for all to enjoy! Alas, to each his own.