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5 of the most expensive spirits available to buy now

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Watenshi by Cambridge Gin

Using Cambridge Gin’s award-winning Japanese gin as his base, master distiller Will Lowe developed a technique for distilling a new ultra-premium gin using half the pressure found at the top of Mount Everest and a temperature colder than that ever recorded at the South Pole. The result is Watenshi, the ‘angel’s share’ of the Japanese Gin which can be produced in quantities of just 15ml per day. Only 36 bottles have ever been created with each presented in a hand-blown decanter finished with silver detailing.

Watenshi by Cambridge Gin, £2,000 for 70cl, Selfridge’s

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