What to give to a gin lover who, for example, already has a large collection of these drinks?
Let it be the exclusive and most expensive gin in the world, Morus LXIV. This extremely rare beverage in the gin market is brought to us by the British brand Jam Jar Gin and is expected to be sold by Harvey Nicholas in the UK.
A luxurious drink is obtained by distilling the leaves of Mulberrey wood (Morus Nigra), that is, the black mulberry leaves, which is a high deciduous tree originating in Southwest Asia, and is often used in the preparation of treats such as jams or fruit syrups.
It takes two years to get this gin from the black mulberry leaves.
Each leaf is hand-picked and individually dried before balancing and distilled for further processing. Then it is left to release all tastes before it is ready for maturation and packaging.
Gin is finally poured into handmade porcelain jars, which are coated and polished with a diamond white matte. The bottle was later packaged in a luxurious leather case.
Gin Morus LXIV has a strength of 64% ABV and a price of £4,000 or $5,167 for a bottle of 700ml. There also will be offered a smaller version of 30ml for a price of £200 or $258 for those who would try this gin, but they not dare to pay too much.
So far, the title for the most expensive gin belonged to the gin from Cambridge Distillery, Watenshi, which cost £2,000.