Obama Gets a Luxury Liquor Cabinet for His Stay in India
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Barak Obama is almost on his way to India, and India is ready to welcome him in the best possible way. During his stay there, president Obama will live in the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel, and there he will be offered the Glenfiddich 40-Year Old Rare Collection Single-Malt Scotch, which is part of a limited collection with only 600 bottles, each one costing $2,000 to $2,500.
Do you think that’s impressive? Just wait to hear the rest of the news. Obama’s luxury liquor cabinet also contains a bottle of Balvenie Rare 30-year whiskey, priced between $425 and $500, and a 1998 Dom Perignon Rose Champagne from France (some $350 a bottle). To this they added the Chateau Petrus wine made almost entirely from Merlot , at about $3400 per bottle, and the more than 100 years old Louis XIII Black Pearl Cognac priced at $1,800-$2,500.