July 26, 2006

Bottle of Tequila Sells for $225,000

Sold!Remember when we told you about Ley .925, the most expensive tequila we've ever heard of, and we were kind of freaking out because it was slated to sell for $150,000 per bottle? Well, it's been released and by jove, the've sold a bottle. Not only that, they sold it for a cool $225,000 instead of that piddling $150K we were talking about, and according to their website they're trying to get into the Guinness Book for it. So how do we get into that business?

Producer Tequila Ley .925 announced Saturday that it has sold a bottle of Mexico's best-known beverage in a gold and platinum casing for a whopping $225,000.

"This is a really unique bottle of tequila and our client, a U.S.-based collector of fine wines and spirits, will treasure this prize to add to an already impressive collection," said company CEO Fernando Altamirano in a news release. The buyer's name was not disclosed.

via Forbes.com

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Posted by Jake Jamieson at July 26, 2006 7:05 AM
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