If the £20,000 ($40,000) Fortnum and Mason Tercenturian Hamper isn’t enough, you can now take a step up with the £45,000 ($90,000) Vivat Bacchus hamper. Billed as Britain’s most expensive hamper, the contents include:
• 21 bottles of wine and spirits. • A rare bottle of Meinert Merlot 2000. which made an appearance at Nelson Mandela’s 85th Birthday. • A bottle of Romanée Conti 1970, at £15,000 ($30,000). • Richard Hennesy Cognac at £2,000 ($4,000). • 1 kg of Royal Beluga caviar and a buffalo horn spoon – £3,400 ($6,800) • 1 leg of Spanish Joselito ham with beechwood and stainless steel stand £1,900 ($3,800). • Various truffles and cheeses. It has been reported that 3 hampers have already been snapped up. (Via Telegraph)
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