Have you ever wondered if you could buy expensive liquors online? Not just your run of the mill bottle of Whistle Pig for $100, but a truly exclusive bottle that is more of an investment than a libation. We are talking about spirits that can compete with the priciest of cult wines.
We did some research and found 15 premium liquors that you can have delivered to your home with a few clicks and many many dollars.
So what would you order from a list of the most exclusive spirits on the planet? Absurdities aside, like Russian carmaker Russo-Baltique’s Vodka at a cool mil per bottle, or the flash in the pan Trump Vodka, or all of the precious gem-adorned bottles hoping to dupe the uninformed. Remember, it’s what’s inside the bottle that really matters. Our list will make you long for just a hint of these glorious spirits. Prepare to be heavily tempted by our list of the most expensive liquors available online.
Our List Of The Most Expensive Liquors You Can Buy Online
Patrón en Lalique: Serie 2 Tequila
The next option on our list of the most expensive liquors available online is aged 8 years in American oak, French oak, and sherry barrels. This sublime sipping tequila pours a clear bright gold.
Made by hand at the Jalisco Hacienda Patrón distillery, jimadors pull the distinctive 100% Weber Blue Agave when the sugar content is perfect. The distillery then chops and bakes the agave with a tahona stone wheel weighing in at two tons, finely crushing with a roller mill.
The tequila is fermented in small-batch copper stills. The aged blend yields a familiar aroma of fruit laced with vanilla. A light agave on the tongue, paired with a taste of sweet honey turns to a long-lasting oak finish with notes of agave and fruit. Just 299 lucky connoisseurs will enjoy these bottles, built by the lovely hand of Lalique in handmade crystal from France. This is a truly lux liquor experience.
Quoted Price Online: $7,500
Macallan is known around the world as a top whiskey producer. Their reputation is well earned and the distillery has stood the test of time. They produce whiskeys for a wide range of scotch consumers. The Macallan Exceptional Single Cask is targeted at the top of top-end buyers.
This is not a whiskey for beginners. At 117 proof, things could get out of hand if you don't know what you are doing. The initiated will enjoy deep flavors of fig, vanilla, and ginger. You will be transported to a beautiful spot in the Highlands as you sip your way through this sublime single malt.
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Following a luxury tequila is an ultra-high-end vodka. Inviting the luxury buyer with a subtler palate than most brown spirits, Stolichnaya elevates their elit line of vodkas with limited offerings of 300 bottles. Distilled using extraordinarily pure water from natural spring water from the Andes Mountains, Stoli’s special elit filtration process delivers a superior clean, neutral spirit with lemon and licorice notes and a lush, elegant finish.
Bottled in hand-cut crystal and presented in a black cherry wood box, collectors will long to own this rare bottle. Sporadically available in three series, The Himalayan and the New Zealand editions sold out quickly before prompting the Andean edition. All three are quite rare and clearly deserve a spot on any list of the most expensive spirits. Finding one will take some patience if you want to enjoy this spirit as suggested by Stoli brand ambassadors: neat, please.
100cl 40% ABV
Price Quoted Online: $2,500
Watenshi Gin is made by capturing the angel’s share of their highly acclaimed and award-winning Japanese Gin. Giving up just 15ml with each distillation for an intense, complex spirit, 50 distillations are needed to make each of six bottles from the process.
Delivering sweet citrus and spice balanced with a bite of juniper, prepare for a long, satisfying finish as you admire the hand-blown round, frosted decanter by Loris & Livia, adorned with graceful silver from jeweler Antoine Sandoz, friend to style makers Tom Ford and Chanel. Many compare its elegance to that of fine single malts and aged cognacs.
70cl 45% ABV
Quoted Price Online: $2,587
Are you looking for one of the most expensive rums around? So you can’t find a bottle of the 1940s J. Wray & Nephew rum at auction. Or, maybe you don’t have an extra thirty grand to drop on a single bottle? You can reach for something to satisfy even the most experienced of palates. That is Brugal Papa Andres Rum. Named for the Dominican Republic distillery’s founder, Don Andres Brugal, this signature blend has been a favorite of the family for five generations of private celebrations prior to sharing with customers.
Each limited-edition bottle flashes a bright, rich golden hue, with a fruity nose and smooth, velvety mouthfeel delivering a candied fruit and caramel palate flashed with pepper, dark cherry, and fig followed by an extended finish. Packaged in a beautiful, soft cube of a bottle, angled into a perfect, shiny red lacquer box with a silver metal label, presentation is exquisite. It's amazing that a high-end liquor like this is available with a few clicks.
Quoted Price Online: $1,500
Next, we feature a cognac on our review of the most expensive liquors you can buy online. Hardy produced just 300 bottles of this revered spirt from France. Distilled from the Eaux-de-vie that reaches back to the 1870s, prior to any rumblings about phylloxera ruining grapes in Europe, Perfection is being bottled in a series reflecting essential elements. Think fire, water, etc., and imagine it in a bottle of unblended, natural strength, 140-year-old Cognac.
The first version was released in 1981, with many versions to follow, all bottled in very limited quantities. The latest version No. 35, still drawing from the ancient Eaux-de-vie, almost glows in the glass. suggesting wood and vanilla on the nose, delicate floral notes sprinkled with rosewater and violets rush in. Mid-palate star of anise and honeycomb yield to chocolate and an elegant potpourri finish. Is it any surprise this is the most expensive cognac available online?
70 cl 40% ABV
Quoted Price Online: $9,000
Macallan Lalique 72-Year-Old Single Malt Scotch Whiskey
Continuing on, we have a scotch released in 2017. This bottle celebrates the opening of a stunning new Speyside distillery and visitor experience. The Macallan released its oldest single malt ever in a Lalique crystal bottle. This remarkable sip distilled in the 1940s and aged 72 years in oak casks presents with delicate peat, introducing lemon and apple, leading to vanilla, raisins, and spicy ginger. Wood blends with smoky peat and citrus on the palate, handing off to a fruit-rich, oaky finish. Just 600 bottles were issued, individually numbered, and made available in 2018 in the Americas, Asia Pacific, Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.
Originally issued for $60,000, bottles currently become available at double the price. If you’d like a taste, a special bar at the Montage Beverly Hills offers drams and half drams at $12,000 and $6,000 respectively.
Price Quoted Online: $120,000
Gordon & Macphail Generations Mortlach 75 Years Scotch Whiskey
Gordon & Macphail’s Generations range is a collection of the oldest, most mature whiskey ever bottled from Scotland’s renowned distillers established in the 1890s. All of the Generations releases have come to maturity under four generations of the careful ownership and direction of the Urquhart family. Three first releases came from the Motlach Distillery as well as Glenlivet of Speyside, all as single casks.
The most recent release, and the fourth outstanding bottle of the Generations range, is a remarkable single cask Speyside Mortlach Distillery sip aged for 75 years. In a Royal Opera House launch in London, the beauty of the rich amber color of the 100 bottles was presented for sale globally in graceful teardrop bottles. While the palate is composed of dried apricots and pomegranate, the mid-palate of spice and vanilla finishes grandly with a lingering smokiness. It is, rightly so, one of the world’s most exclusive whiskeys.
700ml 44.4% ABV
Price Quoted Online: $30,000
The Dalmore 62 Scotch Whiskey
Quite rare, with only 12 bottles produced and first release in 2012 after 62 years in the cask, It is debatable whether The Dalmore 62 is for drinking or for investing, as it is expected to increase soundly in value. The four Dalmore casks, respectively filled in 1868, 1876, 1926, and 1939, were poured into bottles that are each individually named for a distinct historic moment in the distillery’s history. Occasionally bottles come up for auction reaching astronomical bids well into six figures. As one might expect, the platinum stag’s head on the bottle and extraordinarily beautiful wood and glass case make an exceptional impression.
700 ml 40.5% ABV
Price quoted online: $150,000, give or take a few zeroes
Angostura’s most revered bottle is an unequaled sip made with a blend of seven of the brand’s rarest rums, hailed as the most ideal example of the spirit in the world. With only 20 bottles produced, it is quite rare indeed. Each rum was aged for at least 17 years and bottled in a lovely Art Deco crystal decanter with sterling topper, placed in a handmade silk and velvet lined case, and covered in luscious leather.
The introduction releases tropical fruits and florals of vanilla, honey, and clove, followed by oak and strong coffee mixed with nuts, spices, and an oaky orange finish. Vanity purchase, collector HODL, or connoisseur’s dream, it is a rich sip worthy of note.
Price quoted online: $26,097.44
On to a high-end cognac released in celebration of Rémy Martin’s 140th anniversary. The Louis XIII Black Pearl Eaux-de-vie reaches back into barrels 40 to 100 years old. Only 738 bottles of this Black Pearl Louis XIII were produced. Presented in a gorgeous Baccarat Black Pearl crystal bottle housed in a handsome leather box, it is a sight to behold. Of course, it has a pleasing deep amber coloring.
The experience continues to be unique and delightful, from the start with toasty dried fruit to black cherry and almonds, raisins, and figs harmonizing with ginger and cedar toward a long, smoky finish. Owing to its complex layering, it is a sip best enjoyed slowly, and with reflection. A great addition to our list of the most expensive liquors available online.
750 ml 42.6%
Price quoted online: $40,999
Only 150 bottles of this top-shelf liquor are produced. This exclusive tequila spent 11 years in Silver Oak Cellars American Oak Cabernet Sauvignon casks before finding its way into curvy crystal decanters from Italian artist Luciano Gambaro.
Complex flavors of rich wine and sweet agave are accompanied by cherry cream, butterscotch, and caramel on the palate, giving way to blackberry and wild apple. The finale comes on smoothly with blended oak and smoke. Sip solo, as it is a dear purchase with only 150 bottles produced. This is another great tequila to consider from our list of the most expensive liquor you can order online.
750 ml 40% ABV
Price quoted online: $1,599
After ten generations, expertise is bound to deliver perfection. Owner Carolus Nolet Sr. puts forth a warm, spicy gin in a limited edition with annual production in the hundreds, depending on the year All are hand-numbered and signed by Nolet himself. A heady sip using extraordinary notes of saffron and verbena, the light gold color is artfully balanced with a thick, lush mouthfeel welcoming juniper, citrus, verbena for a long, deep finish of Turkish saffron.
750 ml 52.3% ABV
Price quoted online: $899.99
Usually called into play as an accompaniment rather than a solo, Scottish Grain whiskeys are underrated and understated. The experts at The Last Drop hunted down a rare Single Grain from the Dumbarton distillery, closed in 2002 due to difficulties in modernizing the site with its tall still columns piercing concrete floors. The Last Drop insiders note that the angels had taken more than their due, leaving enough for just 32 bottles, creating a rare, exclusive piece of Scottish history.
This small release offers sweet poached pear and vanilla sugar on the nose, complemented by a lavish chocolate palate mixed with cocoa, molasses, and pecan. Both firm and soft at once, it is a dance that delivers a delicious neat sip. Presented in a signature chocolate-brown leather case and Last Drop Distillers Tartan bag, it is a handsome, unassuming treasure.
Price quoted online: $3,225
Kentucky Owl Bourbon
The last entry on our list of the most expensive liquors is seriously simple. This comfort Bourbon was released in 2019 with a passion and a palate both harking from Kentucky. Now it will finally reach all 50 US states. Oak, light caramel, and leather hint upon opening, followed by graham crackers, tobacco, and oak. A flash of bitter dry leather turns quickly to cinnamon spice and a long, enjoyable finish.
750 ml 63.8% ABV
Price quoted online: $299
The John Walker Founder’s Blend Scotch Whiskey
The Baccarat crystal decanter and lacquered cabinet presentation box hint at the luxury to follow. John Walker Founder’s Blend is produced in 330-bottle batches, making it a rare sip indeed. The nine whiskeys that hark from distilleries in operation while John Walker was still alive make it even rarer still, with two of the distilleries having since closed their doors.
Tucked in for a rest in 100-year-old oak barrels, the blend first displays a big, rich serving of sweet vanilla oak on the palate, followed by a lively full-bodied aroma of tangerine and apricot and a smoky finale punctuated by honied warmth. Best neat, so you can admire the gold-plated neck ring and contemplate the engraved batch and bottle number. This is one of the most expensive liquors you can order online right now.
750 ml 40% ABV
Quoted Price Online: $3,449