Top 10: Most expensive drinks in the world [SLIDESHOW]

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to drink like a king or a queen?

Well, you can if you have a few hundred thousand dollars lying around. Here are the most expensive liquor bottles and cocktails in the world that you won’t find at your neighborhood pub.

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  • The most expensive bottle of liquor in the world is a bottle of Ley .925. It was produced in 2010 and sold for an astonishing $3.5 million. It is currently the world’s most expensive tequila ever sold with 6,400 diamonds studded on the outside of a pure platinum bottle. (Photo: aburri2.com)
  • The Winston Cocktail holds the new Guinness World Record for the most expensive cocktail at $12,916. The cocktail was created by Australian bartender Joel Heffernan and is named after Winston Churchill. A big reason the drink is so expensive is because it has two nips of 1858 Croizet cognac, an alcohol that usually goes for $157,000 a bottle and $6,000 a shot. (Photo: imgur.com)
  • Vieille Bon Secours Ale comes with a $1,000 price tag. The 12-liter bottle can only be purchased at a bar in London called Bierdrome. 
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  • Released in 2012 in celebration of the 50th anniversary of Trinidad's independence, Legacy by Angostura is the most expensive rum in the world at $25,000. The rum ages for 17 years before sold in its 500 milliliter crystal and silver decanter, created and designed by the jewelers to Prince Charles. (Photo: watchrussia.com)
  • Château d’Yquem is a wine from the south of Bordeaux that rings up at $116,445. The wine was ranked an astounding 100 points from wine critic Robert Parker, enough to beat the previous record holder, a Yquem back in 2006. (Photo: crunchyroll.com)
  • Thirty liters of Armand de Brignac Midas is the largest and most expensive champagne in the world at $194,275. The champagne comes in a opaque, metallic bottle and weighs 45 kilograms and contains the equivalent of 40 regular-sized bottles. It blends Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier, Chardonnay, Rosé and Blanc de Blancs. (Photo: extravaganzi.com)
  • Penfolds Ampoule is currently the most expensive red wine on the market. It was once sold at an auction for a record $230,000. The Penfolds Block 42 Kalimna Cabernet Sauvignon 2004 comes in a hand-blown glass ampoule and only 12 of these have been produced in the world. (Photo: cherriesandclay.com)
  • A bottle of Dalmore 62 is said to be well worth the investment. The 62-year-old Scotch whisky was once purchased at an airport in Singapore for $194,100. The most ever paid for a bottle was at an auction back in 2012 for $460,000. (Photo: extravaganzi.com)
  • Diva Vodka rings in at an astounding $1,000,000. The triple-filtered vodka is first ice-filtered, passing through Nordic birch charcoal -- whatever that means. It is then filtered through sand that contains both precious and semi-precious gems. Finally, it is packed in a bottle containing Swarovski crystals that run through the middle of the bottle, increasing the overall price. (Photo: richpeoplebuy.com)
  • Dubbed the “DNA of Cognac,” Henry IV Dudognon Heritage Cognac Grande Champagne is aged for over 100 years and sells for a whopping $2,000,000. The bottle is dipped in 24-carat yellow gold and sterling platinun and has 6,500 diamonds encrusted around the outside. (Photo: beautifullife.info)