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Woodford Reserve developed the most expensive mint julep ever to be sold in time for the Kentucky Derby. The cocktail cost £600 each and was made with one-of-a-kind ingredients, including a personal selection of Woodford Reserve bourbon, mint from Morocco, sugar from the South Pacific and Arctic water for the ice. To top it off, it was presented in a gold-plated cup and keepsake case.
Cheap at half the price compared to ‘The Golden Centini’ created by The Westin Turnberry Resort in Ayrshire, which would set you back £1906.
This cocktail, created to celebrate the luxury resort’s 100th anniversary (1906 was the year the hotel opened), is made from some of the
most expensive spirits available: Glenfiddich 1977 private vintage, Grand Marnier Cent Cinquantenaire and Dom Perignon 1966.
Why not have two?
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