Henri IV Dudognon Heritage Cognac Grande Champagne: $2 million

One of the rarest Cognacs in the world! Henri IV was aged for an amazing, 100 years. It was named to pay homage to King Henri IV. The bottle is of sterling platinum and a 24 carat gold bottle is covered with over 6,000 diamonds.

Gin – Cambridge Distillery Watenshi “The Japanese Angel” $2700 per bottle

“The Japanese Angel” has been distilled at half the pressure found on top of Mount Everest and at a temperature lower than the coldest day ever at the South Pole. Yet, the distillery has managed to preserve what could have been lost to evaporation and created the gin all other distillers could only dream of.

Rum – 1940’s J. Wray & Nephew – $54,000

J.Wray & Nephew was founded as “The Shakespeare Tavern” in Kingston, Jamaica. John Wray opened it in 1825. Over the next 50 years, the company grew steadily finally becoming a successful venture. In 1860, Charles James Ward, Wray’s nephew joined the business. As a dynamic and gifted entrepreneur, he was able to transform the company. After the passing of the founder in 1870, Charles james Ward continued to run the business making it one of the best commercial businesses in Jamaica. In the 1940s J.Wray & Nephew was distilled for 70 years before being bottled and distributed in the market. Each bottle is priced at $54,000 and only less than four bottles are remaining.