This Could Be The Most Expensive Alcohol In The World

Are you someone who likes treating yourself to luxury foods and beverages? Although lavish food items can be ridiculously expensive, we have to admit the thought of pairing Iberico De Bellota ham with smoked pule cheese sounds like the perfect start to a fancy evening meal. Basically, some foods and drinks are worth the splurge. And for those who enjoy high-end liquors and classic cocktails from time to time, there are plenty of options to satisfy even the most discerning drinkers and libation lovers.  

However, there are a few things you should know if you're in the market for an extravagant, top-shelf bourbon or, for vodka enthusiasts, a bottle of Grey Goose. Thought to be a status symbol (as it's commonly promoted as a luxury brand), Grey Goose doesn't even come close to the most expensive vodka in the world. Are you willing to shell out $3.7 million? Because that's exactly what it'll cost you to drink Billionaire Vodka, according to Insider. The brand is made by Leos Verres Luxury Group, and there are a few reasons behind its exorbitant price tag. 

What makes Billionaire Vodka special?

According to Billionaire Vodka's official site, the vodka is triple-distilled, and the water in it comes from natural springs and is filtered. The hand-crafted bottle is covered in diamonds and features solid gold labels. This could explain the steep price. The product is described as follows on the site: "In a world where every choice is a statement of who we are, Billionaire embodies everything the vodka experience has come to represent and does so with smooth, vivacious opulence...Billionaire Vodka embodies elegance and desirability which is why it is the most exclusive vodka in the world."

But there's another extra that comes with this chilled bottle of indulgence that you might not expect. When you purchase a bottle of Billionaire Vodka, you also get the added benefit of concierge serve. Per Billionaires Card Concierge, you can receive assistance with booking reservations, planning your next getaway, and even renovating your home. Does this bonus perk make the $3.7 million worth it? That's up to you to decide. Most of us can't afford the most expensive alcohol in the world, but that doesn't mean we can't still enjoy classic cocktails and spirits. Even budget-friendly cocktails are packed with panache and, yes, plenty of alcohol.