World’s most expensive drinks on menu in $1.27 million tour

Monday, May 26th, 2014. Filed under: Destinations Food & Dining Home & Garden
A $1.27 million around-the-world drinking tour has been launched for deep-pocketed connoisseurs and includes a diamond-studded martini and a glass of the world's most expensive champagne. ©Wollertz/shutterstock.Com

A $1.27 million around-the-world drinking tour has been launched for deep-pocketed connoisseurs and includes a diamond-studded martini and a glass of the world’s most expensive champagne.
©Wollertz/shutterstock.Com

(Relaxnews) – The world’s most expensive and outrageously extravagant drinking tour, billed at $1.27 million USD and created for serious oenophiles and spirits aficionados, includes a glass of champagne from a collection worth half a million dollars — and a diamond.

Dubbed the Ultimate Drink Connoisseurs’ Holiday, the tour takes guests on an around-the-world trip centered on some of the rarest beers, spirits, cocktails and wines in the world, including the Armand de Brignac Dynastie, a champagne collection worth almost $556,000.

The Winston Cocktail, which holds the Guinness World Record for being the most expensive in the world, is also on the itinerary.

The elixir, which was appraised as being worth $12,970 when it was admitted into the canon of records last year, is made with a shot of 1858 Croizet cognac worth $166,800.

And when sipping on their $10,000 martini at the Algonquin Hotel in New York, guests may want to make sure they don’t swallow the single piece of ice hiding behind their olive — a diamond from in-house jeweler Bader & Garmin.

The itinerary, created by UK-based Holidaysplease, also takes guests behind the scenes of the Dalmore distillery in Scotland and the Grey Goose factory in Cognac, France.

Here’s a selection of some of the drinks on the menu:

-Legacy by Angostura, the world’s most expensive rum

-Vieille Bon Secours, one of the world’s most expensive beers

-Dalmore Trinitas, the world’s most expensive whiskey, aged 64 years, with only three bottles ever produced

-Armand de Brignac ‘Dynastie,’ the world’s most expensive champagne collection direct from Flavio Briatore’s Billionaires Club

-Egon Muller, the world’s rarest Riesling

-Winston Cocktail, the world’s most expensive cocktail which contains a shot of 1858 Croizet cognac

-Jose Cuervo 250 Aniversario Tequila, one of the world’s most expensive tequilas

-Bader & Garrin martini that comes with a diamond from in-house jeweler Bader & Garrin

http://www.holidaysplease.co.uk/news/drinking-holiday/

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