If you have $1.27 million, 40 days, a liver to spare and known to nurture expensive taste, then do not miss the "Ultimate Drink Connoisseurs Holiday."
With luxury holiday packages being competitively wrapped up in novel smidgens of something interesting, UK-based Holidaysplease has come up with a luxury world drinking tour, where the guests will get to enjoy selected wines from around the world, while learning the art of conspicuous consumption.
The world's most expensive and extravagant drinking tour created for serious oenophiles and spirit aficionados has been planned in such a manner that guests will go around places that offer choicest wines, rare beers and selected cocktails. This includes a champagne collection known as Armand de Brignac Dynastie worth $556,000, Winston Cocktail billed as the world's costliest ultimate drink at $12,916 and world's most expensive tequila, Jose Cuervo 250 Aniversario Tequila at $1,800.
The guests will also get to sip on a $10,000 martini at the Algonquin Hotel in New York. Each glass of martini will hold a diamond from in-house jeweller Bader & Garmin, which guests are cautioned not to confuse for ice.
Starting and ending in London - although pickups are possible elsewhere - the ultimate hedonistic vacation takes place in the world's best hotels, swankiest restaurants and most exclusive bars in 10 upmarket destinations. Holidaysplease, which has access to big labels in the industry, will take the visitors behind the scenes of the Dalmore distillery in Scotland and the Grey Goose factory in Cognac, France.
The enchanting menu of the drinks includes Legacy by Angostura, the world's most expensive rum at $25,000 and Vieille Bon Secours, at $1,000 per bottle, one of the world's most expensive beers. Dalmore Trinitas is another highlight on the menu as only three bottles of this 64-year-old most expensive whisky was ever produced.
Some of the other exclusive drinks on the menu include Armand de Brignac 'Dynastie', the world's most expensive champagne collection direct from Flavio Briatore's Billionaires Club and Egon Muller, the world's rarest Riesling.
— Byron Warmington (@originalnumber7) June 3, 2014
"Awaiting you when you arrive back in London will be the ultimate goody bag," promises Byron Warmington of Holidaysplease to CNN, "which contains three of the most collectable bottles on the planet - $13,500 Legacy by Angostura rum, $170,000 64-year-old limited edition Dalmore Trinitas whisky and Penfolds Ampoule red wine, of which only 12 bottles were made."