Stuart Hughes has created the world’s most expensive liquor, called D’Amalfi Limoncello Supreme. Even though the beverage itself is special indeed, what really makes this product worth £27 million ($43.68 million) is the bottle. It was exclusively designed with three flawless single cut diamonds on the neck, weighing a total of 13 carats. One of the rarest diamonds in the world, flaunting 18.5 carats, is set on the body of the bottle.
Only two bottles of D’Amalfi Limoncello Supreme were made, containing a delicious liquor from the Antica Distillery Russo of Italy. The first one has already been commissioned for an Italian lady, so there is only one more chance for you to grab the remaining one.
Limoncello is an Italian national drink, made of fermented lemons. For this, the fruit must stay in a mixture of alcohol and sugar for a least 20 days. The beverage is usually served either before a meal, or after dinner as a refreshing, light drink. It is said that the best Limoncello is made from the sweet lemons that grow on the Amalfi coast, so the pricy D’Amalfi Limoncello Supreme must be truly delicious.