If your lifestyle don’t allows you to neglect even your leisure and if you like to have a drink in a great and extravagant way, this article is for you!

Surprise your friends and offer them a glass of some of the most expensive alcoholic drink in the world…

Armand de Brignac Midas – $215,000


Armand de Brignac Midas captures the best of both worlds: the quality of the drink and the size of the bottle. Thats what justify the price. The champagne comes in a 30 litre bottle that is brightly, and rather awkwardly, painted gold. The bottle looks like it was designed by a 14-year-old Flavor Flav, and is a sure fire way to make that table of tracksuit-wearing aspiring rappers thoroughly jealous. What more classy like ordering a bottle of distilled sugar that costs a quarter of a million dollars and has to be carried to the table by several staff members?

Dalmore 62 – $215,000

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Only 12 bottles of Dalmore 62 were ever produced. It actually holds enough liquor for several drinks and not just one. The most recent transaction involving the vintage came from an anonymous man who purchased one of the bottles at Shanghai airport in Singapore. That transaction made the Dalmore 62 the world’s most expensive whiskey – not scotch, since it wasn’t produced in Scotland – a title that it will probably hold for the foreseeable future.


Diva Vodka – $1,000,000

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This expensive vodka is first ice-filtered, followed by Nordic birch charcoal for purification, passing it is then filtered through sand that contains both precious and semi-precious gems. The vodka is triple filtered, first through ice and then through Nordic birch charcoal, and finally through sand containing precious gems. Because if there’s one thing that makes alcohol better, it’s knowing that at some point it came into contact with a shiny stone. There are Swarovski crystals stacked up in the middle of the bottle that can be taken out and used as a garnishment for your drink. You couldn’t make this up if you tried. Finally, each bottle of Diva Vodka contains a removable glass tube column filled with forty eight brilliant cut gems and crystals running down the core as garnishment and decoration of either your choice, making it a personal treasure. The bottles are decorated by a Hatton Garden specialist, from semi-precious to precious stones such as cubic zircon, pink tourmaline, sky blue topaz, etc. What makes it interesting is that the bottle can be traced back to each individual, whom self-picked their stones given that each combination is completely exclusive with a signature color scheme at the base to each upon their liking, making no two bottles to be alike. This diamond filtered vodka comes with a mega premium price tag varying upon the choice of vodka and stones used in the bottle, that could go for $1 million.

Henri IV Dudognon Heritage Cognac Grande Champagne – $2,000,000

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The Henri IV Dudognon Heritage Cognac Grande Champagne doesn’t care what you think, maggot. The Henri IV Dudognon Heritage Cognac Grande Champagne has more elaborate words in its name than any other alcohol. It’s a cognac for a king, which we kind of alluded to by naming it after Henri IV. The Henri IV Dudognon Heritage Cognac Grande Champagne has been aged for 100 years and has a bottle dipped in 24-carat gold and sterling platinum that contains 6,500 diamonds. Designed by the famous jeweler Jose Davalos the Henri IV Dudognon Heritage dubbed as the DNA of cognacs. This liquor which has been produced since 1776 and with an alcohol content of 41%. The thing is that after you drink the content of the bottle, you cannot recycle the empty bottle.

Tequila Ley .925 – $3,500,000

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Crafted by the same minds behind the Henry IV Dudognon Heritage Cognac Grande Champagne, 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. Like the Henry IV (…), the Tequila Ley .925 is in a bottle that contains 6,400 diamonds, which add to the taste of the tequila through…some kind of process. There’s a special touch of diamonds all over the bottle. The bottle was unveiled in Mexico City in front of a crowd who applauded when it was revealed. The tequila contained in these bottles is a blend of 10 year old and 5 year old tequilas from a so far secret province of this country. Remarkably no one is really sure just how it tastes, considering that no one – at least to the public’s knowledge – has purchased it, since this would devalue the investment of the buyers significantly.

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