World’s most expensive liquor costs £27 million
Recently, Luxury Beverage Company of the United Kingdom gave us the Isabella’s Islay, the world’s most expensive whisky at $6.2 million and now, we have the world’s most expensive liquor. Created in collaboration by Liverpool-based Stuart Hughes and Italian distillery Antica Distilleria Russo, the D’Amalfi Limoncello Supreme liquor costs a whopping £27 million (about $44 million).
Fit for the royals and the rich, the bottle flaunts three single cut flawless diamonds totaling 13 carats. The bottle also has one of the world’s rarest diamonds – a huge rare single cut 18.5-carat diamond. Stuart said…
The bottle is, of course, recyclable… we couldn’t throw away £27m once the drink is gone! It’s a simple but truly stunning idea… although I admit, personally, I’m probably happier with a pint of beer!
Smell Features: Aromatic, it expresses completely the wonderful fragrance of this unique fruit.
Taste Features: Liqueur with a clear taste. It confirms the characteristic smell.
Visual Appearance: Yellow in the color with greenish reflections it takes the characteristics of essential oils present in the lemon peels. Therefore, any possible sediment in it indicates only the naturalness of the product.
An anonymous Italian woman commissioned the liquor.
Thanks, Stuart Hughes