5) Sapphire Martini
This high end Martini is served in Connecticut’s Foxwoods Resort and Casino. Priced at $3,000, it is much more expensive than the run of the mill cocktail. The steep price is due to the fact that the drink is served with a pair of diamond and sapphire earrings.
4) Diamond Cocktail
This swanky cocktail priced at $4,350 is served at London’s prestigious Sheraton Park Hotel. And as the name suggest, this drink is served with a real diamond inside! Although the cocktail is made with a blend of $1,000 individual cognacs, it’s the diamond and the process around it that gives this drink its price tag. Customers are allowed to handpick the diamond they wish to have in their drink and may even choose other valuable stones such as rubies.
3) Martini on the Rock
Martini on the rocks has been an every popular cocktail that has been enjoyed by many people all over the world. However, this cocktail in particular only has one ‘rock’. And it happens to be that this rock is a diamond, that may be hand-picked by the consumer up to three days in advance of ordering the drink. Because the diamond is hand-picked at a jewelry store this cocktail can run between $10,000 and $15,000 depending on the price of the chosen diamond.
2) Ono Champagne Cocktail
Although this cocktail is the second most expensive cocktail, it is the most expensive cocktail served at a casino. This high end cocktail is made up of 2 prestigious liquors: 1981 Charles Heidsieck champagne and Louis XIII Black Pearl. It is also accompanied by orange juice, apricot juice and rose nectar. Served in a jewel encrusted glass-with a gold necklace using 18-karat gold-it is not surprising that this cocktail costs in excess of $10,000.
1) Diamond is Forever
Although only two of these cocktails have been served to date, the Diamond is forever cocktail one ups all other is all respects. The single 1-karat diamond that accompanies the drink runs for $16,000. This cocktail is available in Tokyo’s tallest hotel and costs approximately $22,600 per glass.