Harrods’ $31,000 Christmas Hamper has some serious competition. VeryFirstTo has announced theirs, which is now the world’s most expensive luxury Christmas Hamper, with a $135,000 (£85,000) price tag. Listed among its most desirable items is a magnum bottle of Moët & Chandon Dom Perignon 1961, the official champagne of Prince Charles and Princess Diana’s 1981 wedding. And it comes with the special emblem created for the wedding.
Packed between a 2002 Romanee Conti, a 2002 Le Montrache and the Glenlivet, a vintage 1964 Scotch are a Saint James Prunier caviar in a tin inspired by one of Yves Saint Laurent’s handmade greeting cards and a rare Almas caviar. Make your Christmas lunch a feast with Goose Foie Gras With Black Truffles and Duck Foie Gras. Add variety with Joselito gran reserva ham and the Iberian Chorizo (the finest Chorizo ever!).
For those of you with a sweet tooth enjoy the Roberto Cavalli Lemon and Gianduja Chocolate Cake or the Carved Angel Christmas Pudding. Hamper also consists of a big box chocolates and a Christmas cake. There is something for everyone in the hamper including for non-alcoholic drinkers. Drink the day away in luxury hot chocolate and exotic White Christmas Tea made from the rare Yin Zhen white tea.
As you would imagine, for $135,000 you receive a long list of delicious luxury food and drink. There is one more item however that stands out – a 200 year old Cognac Jules Robin 1789. According to old records this cognac spent over 70 years in an oak barrel before being transferred to its striking bottle.
All festive goodies including accessories such as Versace for Rosenthal Champagne Flutes, a gorgeous mother of pearl caviar dish with two spoons and a striking mother of pearl bottle opener comes in a beautiful wicker basket.
If you are in UK, last day to place orders is December 19. Check out more information about the World’s Most Expensive Christmas Hamper at VeryFirstTo.com.