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Here Is The List Of 7 Most Expensive Alcoholic Drinks In The World.

Over the centuries, alcoholic drinks have been improved and much more refined tastes have been developed. Various techniques and methods…

By Administrator in Featured on May 18, 2016

Over the centuries, alcoholic drinks have been improved and much more refined tastes have been developed. Various techniques and methods of making them have also been invented and have resulted in many, many different tastes, colors, flavors, alcoholic content and etc. These techniques and methods and the time, they take, procedures used and etc. make these fancier alcoholic drinks a lot more costly and expensive. Basic alcohols are better left for the monkeys and apes who have been documented getting drunk by taking ripe fruits whose sugar has produced ethanol naturally, because people have the most expensive alcoholic drinks, developed and engineered with lots of thought and technique.

Here Are 7 Most Expensive Alcoholic Drinks In The World.

1. Tequila Ley ($1.5 Million)

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Tequila .925 is a tequila made out of a unique procedure of production, and it also comes in a bottle that is studded with 6,400 diamonds, though we are not sure how the diamonds on the bottle add to the taste of the liquor inside the bottle, which was unveiled before an applauding crowd in Mexico City.

2. Henri IV Dudognon Heritage Cognac ($1.9 Million)


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This expensive liquor was produced in 1776 and is aged in barrels for more than 100 years. The cognac is then packed in a bejeweled bottle, which is dipped in 24 K gold and sterling platinum. It is then decorated with 6,500 brilliant cut diamonds.

3. Billionaire Vodka ($3.7 Million)


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The sticker price of the expensive alcohol is about $3.7 million. You will need to spare cash and turn into a mogul to be sure to taste a taste of this wine. The container is encrusted with 3000 jewels making it to some degree beneficial investment however there is no report of the brand is continually being sold.

4. Dalmore 62 ($58,000)


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This is the most expensive whiskey in the world, and only 12 bottles have ever been produced. Gratefully, unlike a lot of other rare alcoholic beverages, one single bottle has enough liquor in it to pour numerous drinks. This $215,000 whiskey was recently purchased by an anonymous man who paid the huge amount of money for it at the Changai airport in Singapore.

5. Diva Vodka ( $3,700)

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 The expense of the container is about $1 million. The value esteem connection to an entire other level. especially the tycoons just, the Blackwood Distillers went to full throttle for its customers by using the jewel based cleansing technique channels the vodka through the Crystal precious stones highlighted flawlessly within the jug.

6. Macallan Single Malt Whiskey ($4.14)


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Part of the Macallan’s Fine and Rare Collection, the Macallan Single Malt Whiskey has a sticker price of around $38,000, over $3,000 per two-ounce shot.  A limited number of bottles were produced as part of the set, with one, aged 60 years, selling in 2005 for $75,000.

7. Chateau Lafite ($156,000)


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This bottle originally purchased from France by Thomas Jefferson, who was an avid wine collector. This bottle is a Bordeaux and was sold at an auction in 1985 to Christopher Forbes. Much of the value comes from the fact that Thomas Jefferson once owned this bottle his initials are etched into it.

Most expensive brands of alcohol includes an even mix of whiskey, scotch, tequila, vodka and cognac.

Alcohol is one of the most consumed products amongst adults, but here are the most expensive alcohol brands in the world. Between scotch, whiskey, vodka, rum, and tequila, the array of brands saturating the alcohol market cover almost every taste and level of income. However, in above list be focusing on high end beverages that require you to drop a minimum of $10,000 per bottle.


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