Served in a Lalique crystal glass with a gold pick – Check this $10,000 cocktail which is made from some of the best spirits in the world


If savoring drinks made with premium luxury in mind sounds like your idea of a holiday, head over to San Manuel Casino in California that recently unveiled its new high limit gaming space – High Limit Tables and High Limit Slots and an Asian-inspired eatery – Hong Bao Kitchen. In addition to the new venues, the casino has also introduced a unique $10,000 drink that is currently making big headlines.


Served at the bar inside High limit gaming, the mega-luxurious $10,000 Rare and Fine cocktail is unlike anything that you’ve tasted before. Made by the casino’s in-house mixologists, the drink features one of the rarest and most expensive American whiskeys, – an A. H. Hirsch 16-Year-Old which was distilled in 1974, as well as a 100-point 1996 Château Lafite-Rothschild Bordeaux, served with a shot of ultra-rare Hardy cognac.

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The unique ‘Rare and Fine’ cocktail is further served in a Lalique crystal glass along with a cocktail pick that is made from 14k gold and comes enamored with a sparkling diamond. After enjoying the drink alongside the best of entrees and a decadent main course, guests can also retain the glass and the cocktail pick as a souvenir for the good times at the San Manuel Casino. So, would you fancy drinking your way to luxury this Christmas?

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