Most Expensive Liquors in The World

$2 million – Henri IV, Cognac Grande Champagne:

An elixir mixed since 1776 by the direct descendants of King Henri IV,each batch of Henri IV Dudognon Heritage is aged in a barrel for more than 100 years and capped inside a 24-karat gold-dipped and 6,500 diamond-bejeweled bottle.

Diva Vodka : $450,000 – $1 million:

Diva Vodka is famous for its bottle. The bottle is made from Swarovski Crystaland diamonds. When vodka is poured, the liquid will be filtered by the diamonds on the bottle. The price of this vodka is dependent on the quality and quantity of the diamond featured on the bottle. The cheapest one is $450,000 and the most expensive one can reach $1,000,000.

$200,000 – Hennessy Beaute du Siecle Cognac:

Insert a bronze key, turn, and Hennessy’s Baccarat crystal-bottled Beaute du Siecle rises up on a tray. Housed in a melted aluminum and mirrored glass case this mixture is blended from Hennessy’s reserves of 47 to 100-year-old cognacs.

The Maccalan 1926 Fine and Rare: $75,000:

In 2005, a South Korean businessman paid $70,000 for the chance to own a bottle of this most expensive whiskey.This Macallan 1926 Fine and Rare whiskey become the most expensive whiskey at $75,000. The flavor is described as dry and concentrated, with a licorice aftertaste.

$55,000 – Remy Martin Cognac Black Pearl Louis XIII:

When you swish Remy Martin’s deep amber-colored Black Pearl Louis XIII around in your mouth, you’re actually tasting 1,200 40 to 100-year old cognacs blended together. The swill is said to smell of flowers, fruits and spices, it’s flavor a mixture of ginger, cinnamon and Cuban cigars.

$12,900 – Hardy Perfection 140 years Cognac:

Supposedly the “World’s oldest known unblended cognac,” this offering from Hardy was limited to 300 Daum crystal decanters. It’s an exceedingly rare cognac that is said to taste of coffee, chocolate and oak.

Chivas Regal Royal Salute 50 years old: $10,000:

This Royal Salute Whisky was created to commemorate the coronation ofQueen Elizabeth II in 1953. 2003 is the 50th anniversary of the coronation. The price for the bottle is originally $10,000. There were only 255 bottles in the world. The first bottle was for Sir Edmund Hillary that conquered Everest just before the coronation day back to 1953.

$7,900 – Le Voyage de Delamain:

A blend of cognacs from Delamain, Le Voyage was bottled in 500 crystal decanters, most of which were quickly bought or reserved by eager collectors. It’s rumored to have a complex taste that fades from Russian leather to tobacco, coffee and Eastern spices.

$7,500 – Martell Creation Cognac: In Handcarved Baccarat Decanter

Martell’s rare cognac is a “reinterpretation” of a batch first casked at the start of the 19th century. The Grand Extra has a soft flavor that starts as dried fruit and marmalade and fades into notes of walnuts and cedar wood.

$6,400 – Frapin Cuvée 1888:

A rare blend of Cognacs from Frapin’s reserves, the Cuvée is bottled beneath a 24-karat gold stopper in a twisty crystal decanter that looks like a prop from a community Shakespeare staging. Flowery flavors combine with sweet spices, honey and toasted Vanilla notes.

$6,000 – Hine Triomphe Talent De Thomas Hine Crystal Decanter’:

Each bottle of Hine’s high-end Talent de Thomas is bottled in a Baccarat decanter and placed within an actual cigar humidor made from Maccasar ebony and Honduran Mahogany which helps preserve the spirit’s.

$5,500 – Jenssen Arcana:

Aged 98 years in Oak barrels, Jenssen’s Arcana is powerful, “extraordinarily ” concentrated and only bottled, sealed and certified upon request.

$5,000 – Courvoisier L’Esprit Decanter:

Made from a variety of blends, some which date back to Napoleon I, Courvoisier’s L’Esprit is smoky and rich, with fragrances of cinnamon and dried apricot flowers. The flavor is initially powerful but has a mellow aftertaste.