Johnnie Walker limited edition bar by Porsche

Johnnie Walker limited edition bar stocked with modified crystal glasses Johnnie Walker is a brand that needs no introduction. It is the favorite among whiskey lovers. After introducing several limited edition Jonny Walker bottles, the company has now joined hands with Porsche Design Studio to produce an assortment of elite products in Johnnie Walker Blue Label Private Bar. … Continue reading

Royal Salute’s Tribute to Honour: A bottle of scotch so expensive you’ll probably never taste it

Crafted by Royal Salute as a liquid homage to the oldest crown jewels in the British Isles—The Honours of Scotland—Tribute to Honour is a blend of some of Chivas Brothers‘ oldest and finest whiskey in an over-the-top package. To create the Tribute, Master Blender Colin Scott selected a few casks of very well-aged whisky, all at least 45 … Continue reading

Bernard Madoff’s wine collection is up for auction

Want to drink like Bernard Madoff? His wine collection is up for auction on May 18, at an online sale offered by Morrell & Company Fine Wine Auctions — just visit: http://auction.morrellwineauctions.net “We have humbly accepted the opportunity to sell the seized cellar contents of two properties owned by Bernie Madoff on behalf of the United … Continue reading

Coca-Cola Club Coke “Daft Punk” Limited Edition

Following a successful collaboration with Mika in 2010, soft drink giant Coca-Cola follow-up on some exclusively designed bottles with Coca-Cola “Club Coke.” Produced in two distinctive colorways based on Daft Punk mimicking the helmets worn by the French duo, the gold and silver bottles will see a limited production run beginning in March 2011. In … Continue reading

The most expensive (Tequila) bottle in the world

  Ami Mesika of NYC based GM Diamonds was on 27th December revealed as the maker of the most expensive bottle in the world, called The Diamond Sterling, ever priced at $3.5 Million dollars. The bottle was designed by Fernando Altamirano and launched in Mexico City last month for Tequila LEY 925 produced by Hacienda La Capilla. … Continue reading

$160,000 Bottle of Single Malt Scotch

This story actually starts more than 700 years ago in Scotland, when a member of the Clan Mackenzie saved the king from being gored by a Highland stag. The kingly reward was that Colin Mackenzie was granted royal permission to use the stag’s head in the Mackenzie coat of arms. In 1867, the Mackenzies took ownership … Continue reading

All around bubbles

With the holidays upon us, festive get-togethers often include celebratory drinking, and what better way to enjoy a party than by popping the cork on a bottle of something sparkling? Ready to glitter your way through the holidays?   French champagne house Piper Heidsieck collaborated with the Dutch fashion duo Viktor & Rolf to design … Continue reading

Pure Luxury: Louis XIII Black Pearl by Rémy Martin

Louis XIII Black Pearl cognac is Rémy Martin’s most luxurious cognac. Its bottle is designed by Baccarat and hand-blown from black crystal; the limited-edition bottle retails in stores for between $31,000 and $40,000. Suppose you’d rather sample just an ounce of this sinful treat. If you’re in New York, a shot of Louis XIII Black … Continue reading

Issey Miyake for Evian

After previously having worked with Jean-Paul Gaultier, Paul Smith and other high fashion designers, French water brand Evian has now gotten together with Japanese designer Issey Miyake. Countering the year-end season’s tendency to darker hues and wintry and icy treatments, Miyake’s creation is exuberant in its colorful bounce. Like the other fashion icons who have … Continue reading

Champagne is undergoing redesign

The robust Champagne bottle designed by the Benedictine monk Dom Pierre Pérignon in the 17th century to contain the “devil’s wine” has become synonymous with opulence and celebration. However, the bottle, which was created in an attempt to prevent secondary fermentation and “explosions”, is undergoing a redesign in an attempt to cut carbon emissions. Its … Continue reading