This Super-Expensive Bar Is the World’s Finest Home Bar
We all just experienced New Year’s Eve. And New Year’s Eve, for a lot of people, is a time to blow a bunch of money on things you will possibly regret.
Speaking of blowing a bunch of money on things you will possibly regret, we recently stumbled upon this super-expensive bar. It costs nearly $150,000 and is probably the world’s finest home bar.
Why does it cost so much? It’s skillfully constructed, first of all. Created by British designer Timothy Oulton, it’s wrapped in leather panels and features hand-applied studs. We could see it making a fine addition to just about any spot in the home, from a dining room to an upscale man cave.
But thankfully, if you decide to purchase this item for the list price of $148,600, you’ll get much more than a beautiful bar cabinet. You will also receive a ton of high-end booze. Because this bar comes stocked from head to toe with some of the world’s finest bottles.
We’re talking Glenlivet Winchester Collection Vintage 1966 (valued at about $25,000), Domaine de la Romanée-Conti 2007 Romanée-Conti ($12,000), and Louis Roederer Cristal Champagne 2002 Gold Medallion Jeroboam ($25,500).
You’ll also receive 40 stogies curated by London cigar man James J. Fox. These cigars (from luxury brands like Cohiba and Montecristo) will be stored lovingly within an Elie Bleu Alba Blue 110 humidor.
The topper? Award-winning mixologist Marian Beke will personally deliver the bar cabinet to you. In fact, he will even stay for the weekend to share his cocktail-mixing wisdom with you.
Although if you wanted, you could probably politely ask him to leave. It’s your bar cabinet, after all.
Take a look at some more pictures of this super-expensive bar below. To purchase it, go here.
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