It is a moment when you switch from drinking the kind of vodka that doubles as rubbing alcohol to the top shelf stuff, it’s like a step toward adulthood. It said there is another barrier separating the average person drinking Grey Goose and those who drop over $5,000 on a bottle without blinking an eye.
Here is the list of Top 10 Most Expensive Vodkas in the World , you will laugh and cry but you will not get drunk.
10. Magnum Grey Goose by Chopard
You can get a bottle of Grey Goose Magnum for about $160 (not cheap, but not that crazy). However, put that alcohol in a bottle designed by Swiss jeweler Chopard, in addition to the silver cage the bottle comes with, and suddenly the price jumps to $815. It is limited edition so you ready to pay $815 , then you can get this vodka.
9. Swarovski Alizé
It is Valentine’s Day themed bottles that is developed byAlizé, saying that it have produced “the original drink of love.” The only problem is, you might run into some relationship issues when your partner finds out you spent $2,000 on a bottle of Alizé. The drink mixes vodka, Cognac, passion fruit, strawberry, lychee, and rose. What could be more romantic than Swarovski crystals on Valentine’s Day? Oh, right, not spending $2,000 on a bottle of Alizé
8. Imperial Collection Super Premium Vodka
This vodka is expensive because of its delivery process, as its carafe and cap are gilded and topped with an eagle, which is then placed upon a Faberge egg. It might not be so expensive if the egg wasn’t hand-crafted, which must contribute to the price tag.
If you think why this vodka is of $3,000. Stolichnaya does, by explaining that it uses pure water from underground reservoirs in the Himalayan Mountains, mixed with Russian winter wheat. And The bottle is made of hand-blown glass, and each bottle comes with a gold-plated ice pick. Thus when you pick ice with your hand then you will realize why it is so expensive.
6. Iordanov Vodka
Anything that has 8,300 Swarovski crystals attached to will not come cheap, and Iordanov Vodka is no exception. Coming in at $3,905, the appropriately-named Decadence Edition vodka flaunts high-class quality with the hand-designed, crystal-lined bottles.
It was released in year 2008 and this high-end vodka was only available in the coolest nightclubs, and for good reason: your average joe isn’t going to drop almost $7 K on spirit. Adding to the grandeur was the manner of display for the opulent bottle of booze, as it sat on a rotating LCD display, allowing for the 7,000 Swarovski crystals to draw your attention.
Belver Bears vodka was released in a limited edition run in the VIP Room in Cannes, St. Tropez, and Paris. It is designed using a jeroboam from belvedere vodka, these teddy bear-inspired bottles were designed by Jean-Roch. Question: Is it scarier to be attacked by a bear than to pay more than seven Gs on a piece of glass with a liquid inside it?
Diva Vodka is crafted through a meticulous distilling process, where the alcohol is triple refined and finished after pouring through precious stones. You don’t really think that kind of care will come cheaply, do you? They do offer a bottle of the triple-distilled vodka for $3,700 (peasant prices), but that bottle doesn’t come fitted with precious stones. For all you high rollers, the premier bottle of Diva Vodka will set you back a cool million. Let that sink in for a second.
The car manufacturer company Dartz’s Russo & Baltique vodka brand has produced this vodka and retailed at $1.3 million. The bottle was crafted to mimic the classic design of Russo-Balt automobiles. If the price tag is too steep for you, check out this promotion: if you purchase one of their $1.6 million Dartz Prombron Monaco Red Diamond Edition SUVs, then you get three bottles of Russo-Balt for free. At that price, you can’t afford not to buy it
Price: $3.7 million
Billionaire Vodka of Leon Verres is most expensive vodka in the world and it cost around $3.7 million. Is this vodka worth it ?
They do run the wheat-based spirit through diamonds to remove impurities, and the 5-liter bottle is adorned with 3,000 diamonds and faux fur (only because Verres is a staunch animal rights supporter), so that’s cool. But it just seems like a fail.