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5 of the most expensive spirits available to buy now

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Louis XIII Le Mathusalem Cognac

Whether you’re looking to spend £15,000 on whisky or are after the best luxury vodka, serving only the finest spirits is an imperative to impressing on board guests. We’ve rounded up some of the best (and most expensive) spirits money can buy – just be sure your bartender is properly trained, these are drinks that deserve respect.

Louis XIII Le Mathusalem Cognac

A perennial favourite of drinkers with refined taste, Louis XIII’s classic cognac is now available in a crystal mathusalem limited edition. Blended from up to 1,200 eaux-de-vie, the youngest of which is 40 years old, the cognac is housed in a hand-blown decanter by Baccarat and presented in a display chest along with eight crystal glasses, a serving platter and pipette.

_Louis XII Le Mathusalem cognac, £59,995 for 600cl, Harrods _

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