At $60,000 per 750 ml, Acqua Cristallo Tributo Modigliani is the most expensive bottled water in the world. It contains naturally occurring deep-sea electrolytes and is sold in a variety of flavors such as orange, orange, lemon, lime and lime juice. The best-known dermatologist and fitness trainer, Dr. Roberta D’Agostino, recommends it to her patients. She says it’s more satisfying because it quenches thirst, but also because of its high mineral content.
The water comes from natural springs in Fiji and France and is bottled in 24-carat gold bottles. At $1,250 per litre per bottle, it is the most expensive bottled water in the world and the second most expensive in terms of price.
Bling H2O is a collection of custom made water bottles decorated with handmade Swarovski crystals in a variety of colors and designs.
The price of $5,750 per ml is more than twice the price of the average bottle of bottled water in the United States. This is the most expensive product brand, rolling out 3,881 bottles, compared with another brand’s frosted collection, which will still set you back $56. However, it is an expensive drop, as you have to fork out more than $500 for a bottle in the famous Kona Nigari in Japan. One of our favourite brands, it is listed as one of the most expensive mineral waters due to its high price.
If you spend some money on bottled water, the AquaDeco bottle sits in the middle of your table. For 7 more bottles of Fine you see an average price of $5,500 per ml or more than $1,000 per bottle.
Coming from a pristine spring in Canada, you will find this beauty in many luxury hotels and spas. Bling H20 is an American brand that sells the world’s most expensive bottled water at $2,700 a bottle. The regular Bling H20 bottle costs $38.98 per bottle and the premium version of the same brand, the “Bling H30,” $3,500 per bottle. A bottle of this premium water brand, available in the US, costs more than $1,000 per ml and up to $2,700 per bottle.
Adorned with Swarovski crystals, this most expensive bottle of water looks like something made for the royals. Fillico is a Japanese brand that sells water in one of the most attractive bottles we have ever seen. Given their craftsmanship and ingenuity at their finest, bottles of their “Fillico Jewelry Water” behave as if they were a work of art.
The water is extracted from natural mineral water of the highest quality in Kobe, Japan and is a pure pleasure with a refreshing taste.
Spitsbergen enjoys a very high degree of purity in the mineral water industry and is one of the most expensive water bottles. There is a 750ml bottle priced at $5 dollars, which can easily make it into the top 10 most expensive bottled waters of all time. Sval Bardi joins the list of the five most expensive bottled drinks in Europe and the world.
The best part is that it is free of pollutants and rich in minerals, which is the main reason for the high price of $5.
As the name suggests, the water is only marketed for hand-picked athletes and actors, as they are the only ones who can afford it. The mineral water industry is big business, so don’t be surprised if this water is essentially free in many parts of the world. Now anyone with more money than a brain can buy their own bottle of Bling H20 water, and the bottle itself is a true extravagance, with Swarovski crystals, diamonds, gold and other precious metals in its water.
If your local mini-market doesn’t have bling H20, you can order it online, or you can just get it from the tap. It is sold in solid gold bottles and consists of a mixture of gold, silver, platinum, copper, gold and silver – all made in the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and other parts of the world. If you’re willing to pay $60,000 for a bottle of water, it’s worth it, but if you don’t, it’ll cost you $40 and in some cases can boast for more than $400.
But there are many brands that don’t charge at least $50 for the world’s most basic drink – many of them are even more expensive.
The premium bottled water market consists of bottled and packaged water from brands such as Coca-Cola, PepsiCo, Nestle and PepsiCola. The brand was founded in 2005 and its high-quality water, which retails for $5,750 per ml, has become one of the most expensive in the world.
Lauquen Artes Mineral Water, also known as Artesian Spring Water, comes from a mountain water aquifer fed from a series of springs in the mountains of Tasmania, Australia’s largest state. What makes Tasmania so special, and what you may be wondering, is that it has one of the cleanest air in the world where no solids are dissolved, making pure rain possible. The water in your bottle of Tasmanian Rain has never touched the ground and is considered one of the healthiest in the world.