Friday, July 1, 2011

5 World's Most Expensive Drinks

Kona Water nigari

For the mini bottle contains 50 ml of water Kona nigari (half the number of glasses of mineral water), we must pay approximately Rp. 320 000. Water comes from filtered seawater in the coastal ocean in Hawaii. They are more expensive because this water contains many minerals and is believed to relieve stress, improving digestion and weight loss. 
Guan Yin Tea

Oolong tea from China is the world's most expensive tea. Tieguanyin tea is named after the goddess in Buddhism, namely the good goddess, goddess Guan Yin. Tea prices are very expensive because it tastes good and can rarely be obtained. This tea is sold for 24 million rupiah per kilo or Rp. 150,000 per cup of Chinese tea.
Kopi Luwak (luwak coffe)

Kopi Luwak from Sumatra Indonesia, is derived from steeping coffee beans taken from the rest of civet dung (a type of weasel). It is said that this coffee had a very strong flavor because it has passed through the digestive mongoose. Due within one year the total production of only 250 kilograms of civet coffee, do not be surprised if the price of coffee is very expensive! Kopi Luwak is sold ranging in price from 2.5 to 13 million

Koktail Diamonds-Are-Forever 

At first glance this drink is just looks like a regular drink, but, as the name implies, there's just a cocktail at the Ritz Carlton Hotel, Tokyo is indeed contain 1-carat Bulgari diamond in it. So, do not be surprised if the price of a drink is approximately 110 million dollars.

Rum Wray & Nephew White

Wray & Nephew White Overproof Rum is rum's most powerful and best-selling manufactured and bottled in 1940. Unfortunately, now left only four bottles of rum in the world. Because of this rarity, a bottle of rum is then priced approximately 500 million dollars.




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