The world’s most expensive vodka

You sure won’t find this at your average Fountain party.

Diva gem-filtered Premium Vodka just may be the most expensive brand of vodka in the world. An “exceptionally smooth, wheat-based, ultra-premium spirit of style and substance, Diva is triple-distilled and filtered through Nordic birch charcoal, then filtered through a dense column of gems including diamonds, rubies, and emeralds, for a final polish before bottling.”

No two bottles are alike, with a removable column of crystals which tumble out on removal of the top stopper but are safely in the bottle during pouring. The gems may be used as a drink garnish and decoration. The 48 crystals in each bottle, selected by a Hatton Garden specialist, include cubic zircona, Scottish smoky topaz, pink tourmaline, sky blue topaz, London blue topaz, amethyst, citrine and Peridot.

The crystals in each botle are hand-prepared by people in the Shetland Isles, Scotland. Each person filling the crystals has a favourite colour and puts this at the bottom of each column, so each bottle is trackable to the individual.

You’d better start saving for Senior Week! A bottle with diamonds will set you back a cool $1 million.

Thanks to Jia Yee ’09 for the tip.

14 thoughts on “The world’s most expensive vodka

  1. Anonymous

    @4:56, nope. Vodka can be distilled from potatoes or grain of some kind (usually wheat or rye). Most of the vodka one buys in the States is distilled from grains.

  2. Anonymous

    @4:56, nope. Vodka can be distilled from potatoes or grain of some kind (usually wheat or rye). Most of the vodka one buys in the States is distilled from grains.

  3. Anonymous

    wow i forgot that wesleying ONLY posts events and things happening on campus, not funny quirky random things that could be interesting to certain people. i guess we should really only remain in our little bubble world even on the internet, especially when people post in our comments complaining that they dont like a post because apparently it doesn’t interest them. and it’s funny because they’re anonymous and don’t speak for the entire wesleying readership.

  4. Anonymous

    wow i forgot that wesleying ONLY posts events and things happening on campus, not funny quirky random things that could be interesting to certain people. i guess we should really only remain in our little bubble world even on the internet, especially when people post in our comments complaining that they dont like a post because apparently it doesn’t interest them. and it’s funny because they’re anonymous and don’t speak for the entire wesleying readership.

  5. Anonymous

    Is it 1 Mil for a handle, or for a 750? The difference is so great that it almost effects the level of douchebaggery… almost…

  6. Anonymous

    Is it 1 Mil for a handle, or for a 750?
    The difference is so great that it almost effects the level of douchebaggery… almost…

  7. Anonymous

    What’s ridiculous is that filtering it through gems does absolutely NOTHING. Who are they trying to fool. Even if it did something, why would diamonds make it better?

  8. Anonymous

    What’s ridiculous is that filtering it through gems does absolutely NOTHING. Who are they trying to fool. Even if it did something, why would diamonds make it better?

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