Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque in Limited Edition Casket worth $150,000
Popping champagne to celebrate special occasions isn’t new. But doing it in uber-opulent style raises the luxurious bar of celebrations. And so to commemorate the 41st anniversary of their luxurious oasis, the folks at Hotel Byblos have combined champagne, leather and wood to offer a limited edition treasure chest worth 100,000 euros ($150,000). This exclusive handcrafted leather and wood casket boasts of the Salmanazar of Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque 1999, four hand-decorated cups and a jewelry set signed by Van Cleef & Arpels.
The nine-liter Salmanazar bottle, signed by one of the greatest masters of Art Nouveau, is a genuine work of art. The blend Belle Epoque 1999 derived from the most noble Grand Cru Champagne renders exquisite taste aromas of a bouquet of white flowers, which is further enhanced by notes of sweet almond and nougat.
Only 10 of these limited-edition caskets can be grabbed from Les Caves du Roy, Byblos.