Mixologist Salvatore Calabrese ‘The Maestro’, one of the world’s leading bartenders whose
Salvatore’s Legacy was actually the mix of 40ml of 1778 cognac, a 20ml of 1770 Kummel Liqueur, a 20ml of 1860 Dubb Orange Curaçao and two dashes of Angostura Bitters from 1900, and was created by Calabrese in front of an audience of London’s top bartenders at Playboy Club in Mayfair.
Notably, the successful attempt was overseen by a Guinness World Records adjudicator, who will investigate to see if it beats the current record of a cocktail currently on sale in Dubai.
Back in mid July, Calabrese’s attempt to mix the ‘Old and Wise’ cocktail, which was to be priced at $7,830 per glass was dashed. And since then, this cognac expert with collection of antique spirits worth of $1.5 million, was seriously scouting for the considerable replacement.
Also, we have earlier seen the world's most expensive Christmas cocktail at $71,011 a glass.
Watch in video the mixologist creating the world's most expensive cocktail.