Fancy some billionaire shots?
Don’t bet on a magical potion brewed from spellbindingly intoxicating ingredients, though – the Pasión Azteca is just a bottle of 6-year-old Anejo tequila, which simply translates to “aged” tequila. We’ll give credit to the sheer effort that goes into the fermenting and distilling of the blue agave plant, and then ageing it for six long years.
But who cares about what’s on the inside anymore?
Part of the Ultra-Premium Ley .925 Pasion Azteca range, these fancy bottles go from a quarter of a million dollars to a staggering $3.5 million each, even snagging a place in the Guinness Book of World Records as the most expensive bottle.
The glistening bottle, designed by Mexican artist, Alejandro Gomez Oropeza, displays an elegant meeting of white-gold and platinum with the artist’s engraving.
The company will also reportedly help you locate the elusive few diamond-encrusted versions of the collection, for a finder’s fee of only $100,000. These bottles can purportedly cost up to an estimate of $3.5 million.