For the most part, unless you’re without a source of water, buying bottles of water is silly. Even though you can find a free water fountain in developed countries, people still want it. While the average bottled water costs around a dollar, some cost significantly more. There’s a high demand among the wealthy for the expensive stuff extracted from exotic and pure locations. Are you ready to see some crazy expensive bottles of water? Here are 25 Most Exotic And Expensive Bottled Waters On Earth.
The Soma Water Bottle will run you $30. On the plus side, once you’re done drinking the water inside, you can keep the glass bottle for a while, but is it really worth the money? Probably not.
Glace Rare Iceberg Water
Glace Rare Iceberg Water comes from the glaciers of Newfoundland, Canada and was started by a businessman named Ron Stamp who began chipping away at the glaciers himself. It can be yours for $10 a bottle.
Beverly Hills 90H20
With a clever name and a fancy bottle, the Beverly Hills 90H20 claims to be the “champagne of water.” The bottles retail for $14.
Elsenham Still Artesian Bottled Spring Water
The Elsenham Still Artesian Bottled Spring Water doesn’t have anything special about it. It’s just a brand rich people like. So, they spend roughly $4o a bottle to get it.
This little number is all the way from France. What does water from France cost? Only around $40 a bottle. We have no doubt Badoit is spectacularly refreshing.
Gize isn’t any old water. It’s specially filtered with gold before they bottle it to their markets. So, if you’re into drinking gold, this luxury bottle of water will set you back about $17 a bottle.
BERG bottled water claims to come from the water off the glaciers of Newfoundland, Canada. If you want a taste of these fine glaciers, you’ll have to spend at least $155 a case.
Iluliaq Iceberg Water
Also, claiming to come from glaciers in the Arctic, you can drink from a unique source of water in the Iluliaq Iceberg bottled water. Though to have that, you’ll need to pay $50 a bottle.
Christian Lacroix (Evian 2008 Limited Edition)
In an attempt to make a higher-class water bottle, Evian partnered with design house Christian Lacroix. They released a limited run of water bottles in 2008 costing $13.95 per water bottle.
Hawaiian Deep Seawater
The creators of Hawaiian Deep Seawater go 3,000 feet underneath the Pacific Ocean to get the water they say is totally free of pollutants. With that in mind, that’s probably why it costs $33.50 a bottle.
ELIE SAAB & Evian
Created by Lebanese fashion designer Elie Saab, the special edition Elie Saab & Evian mineral water is both simple and elegant but will end up costing you $6.99 a bottle.
Mahalo Deep Sea Water
Similar to Hawaiian Deep Sea Water, Mahalo Deep Sea Water goes beneath the Pacific Ocean’s surface and extracts the water. The bottle is nowhere near as fancy, but they still will charge you $6 for it.
Hello Kitty Fillico
Hello Kitty is on everything, and that even includes a luxurious water bottle. Called “jewelry water,” Fillico created this new line of bottled waters encrusted with crystal. Of course, they don’t come cheap. You’ll have to pony up $100 to get yours.
Coming out of Japan, Fine bottled water has its water supposedly extracted from underneath a volcano in Japan. Like many of the other water bottles on this list, it claims to be free of pollutants. They charge $5 per 750ml.
This Australian based water comes from the island of Tasmania where the air is considered the cleanest in the world. They collect the rainwater, and it never touches the ground. Before bottling it up, they soften it with bubbles. It costs $5 per 750ml.
Lauquen Artes Mineral Water
Coming from the soul of the Andes Mountains, 1,500 feet below the surface, Lauquen Artes Mineral Water is extracted, bottled, and sent out for everyone to enjoy. Well, everyone who can afford $6 per 750ml, that is.
Have you ever wondered what water tasted like 18,000 years ago? Well, AquaDeco sure hopes so. They claim to extract pure water from a glacier that is 18,000 years old. With a uniquely created water bottle, it’ll cost $12 per 750ml.
10 Thousand BC
10 Thousand BC water bottles get its water from the Coastal Glacier Mountain Range in Canada, a place said to be protected from humans and animals. Tasting such divine purity will cost $14 per 750ml.
Veen 5 comes from the icy Scandinavian country of Finland. They, like most water bottle companies, claim to have the purest water in the world. But they must not be doing too well as the price for a bottle of water went from $60,000 to $25.
With water extracted from Newfoundland’s icebergs, free of any human pollutants, Aqua Amore should be worth every penny, right? If you answered yes to that question, then get ready to pay $37 per 750ml bottle.
With a name like Bling H20, you better believe you’re in for a luxurious and high-class ride down a pure waterfall. While they don’t extract water from a glacier, they put the water through a heavy purification process, and even better, they give the bottle style with plenty of crystals.
Deliberately looking like a chess piece, Fillico adorns their bottles with diamonds to make them as fancy as possible. With a luxurious bottle on the outside, the water also hails from the widely praised Nunobiki spring in Japan. It sells at $219 per 750ml.
The bottle may not look like much, but that doesn’t stop Kona Nigari from selling it at a high price tag. Claiming to help you lose weight, improve your skin, and energize you, Kona Nigari water sounds like it came out of the fountain of youth. At a price of $402 per 750ml, it better be.
Exousia Gold has one of its own special qualities, it claims to have 24k gold inside the water. Apparently, the company says it’ll help with stress relief and aging. But, if you want to drink gold water, you’ll have to pay up. Each bottle costs $24,000.
Acqua di Cristallo Tributo a Modigliani
With a nigh unpronounceable name like Acqua di Cristallo Tributo a Modigliani and a water bottle that looks like it was crafted by Egyptians, it’s almost no surprise the price is astronomical. The bottles are 24k gold, and the water comes from France and Fiji. It’s the most expensive bottle of water in the world, costing $60,000!
If you’re going to pay out this much money for a bottle of water, you might as well get an equally expensive chocolate. Check out these 25 Most Expensive Chocolates In The World.
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