What’s the most you’ve ever spent on a bottle of alcohol?
If you ask the average person, they’ll probably tell you they spent $40.00 or so, at the most … and that’s when they were feeling generous. Most people probably couldn’t imagine spending a thousand dollars or more on alcohol, but there are people in the world who do just that, and then some.
Get ready to read about some of the most expensive bottles of alcohol in the world, which combine expert bottle craftsmanship with a unique distilling process. You may also look at your bank statement and cry a little, but we can’t help you with that one.
Here are the 25 Most Expensive Bottles of Alcohol.
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Balvenie Single Malt Scotch Whisky
The Balvenie was premiered in 2014. It has flavors of candied fruit, marmalade, vanilla, and almonds.
The scotch is stored for 30 years, making the Balvenie a superb choice for any scotch drinker.
One of the more accessible of these expensive liquors, the cost runs at about $899.00.
Johnnie Walker Rare Triple Malt Odyssey Scotch
Johnnie Walker and scotch whiskey go hand in hand.
This triple malt is a blend of three malts stored in a European Oak cask.
The cost of a 750-ml bottle is $1,149.
Patron en Lalique Serie 1
Presenting a bottle with fine Mexican tequila and French crystal, the Patron en Lalique: Serie 1 blends honey, vanilla, and caramel.
The cost of a bottle comes to over $6,000.
OFC Vintage Bourbon
If you want to make any product expensive, only release a few each year.
O.F.C. did exactly that with their 1993 vintage bourbon. Only a few more than 800 bottles were released.
If you want to purchase one of these rare bottles, you would need about $8,000 on hand.
Highland Park 50-year-old Single Malt Scotch Whisky
The Highland Park 50-year-old was originally untouched since 1964.
When a bottle was sampled in 2008, it was said to be of excellent quality.
The low cost is about $15,000.