The world’s most expensive drinks

8. Legacy by Angostura – US$25,000

legacy-by-angostura-large2This rum was released in 2012 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Trinidad’s independence and 20 decanters of the rum were put up for sale.

Each 500ml crystal and silver decanter was specially created by Asprey of London, the jewellers to Prince Charles.

Legacy by Angostura is made up of rums aged for at least 17 years and each decanter comes with a US$25,000 price tag.

17 Responses to “The world’s most expensive drinks”

  1. Peter Birmingham says:

    Vielle mis-spelled in the article should be ‘Vieille’

  2. Petar@VinoEnology says:

    I want to buy one 🙂
    Cheers!

  3. Dirk says:

    Meanwhile in Central Africa. Children will kill for a slice of bread.

  4. Adrian says:

    I am here to ask, can anything that you can ingest, ANYTHING, be worth anything near these kind of prices. On a smaller scale, I have compared a $300 bottle of Dom Perignon to a good Napa Valley product, (Korbel, or Chandon) $30. In NO WAY are they worth the difference in price!

  5. lal says:

    spending this much huge amount on drinks– that is the meaning of vulgar

  6. Erich Hoffman says:

    If I could afford it I would buy it

  7. Drew says:

    Ill have a VB thanks!

  8. Ferdi says:

    I have 2 bottles and I buy them only for a million each this is a rip off

  9. sylviaBerlusconi says:

    can i get a good bargain if i just take the drink and transfer them in a cheap bottle or container and they can keep the bottle

  10. no say to drugs but not for this…..lol

  11. fallon Thomas says:

    I have an empty bottle of the diva vodka. Any buyers out there?

  12. Richard k says:

    I wonder how many bottles of medical I can get for $3.000000 lol

  13. Jeff says:

    My name is Jeff and am an alcoholic

  14. larry chinonso says:

    can de drink raise the dead

  15. DENIS GEORGE COLOMB says:

    Interesting…but value should be placed on the cost of the actual drink as nd not the packing. The top three gsin their value from the expensive bottle…not the content per se.

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