Get it straight, if it costs more $1 million, it's not called liquor -- it's liqueur. This bottle designed by Stuart Hughes of Liverpool U.K. and brought to fruition by Antica Distilleria Russo from Italy will run you £27,000,000.00 -- aka $44,361,000. The neck of the bottle houses 3 single cut flawless diamonds totaling 13 cts.
Call it D' Amalfi Limoncello Supreme. In addition, the body of the bottle boasts one of the world's rarest diamonds, a mammoth rare single cut piece totalling 18.5 cts.
The alcohol itself is infused with peels of lemons from the famous Amalfi Coast, which is enlisted in the liquid's aroma, and maintains an advertised "clear taste." Through the glass of the bottle's structure you'll catch a glimpse of the yellow liquor with greenish reflections, characteristic of the essential oils present in the lemon peels. Any possible sediments in the drinking process are attributed to the "naturalness" of the product.