World's most expensive bottled water costs over GHc331,043.40 (photos)

World's most expensive bottled water costs over GHc331,043.40 (photos)

- World's most expensive bottled water Acqua di Cristallo Tributo a Modigliani is sold at over GHc331,043.40

- The luxury bottled water comes in a 24k gold container

- According to reports, the water is sourced from natural springs in France and Fiji

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Water is unarguably one of the most accessible natural resources in the world. For this reason, it becomes a matter of utter surprise to learn that a piece of bottled water can be sold for as much as a million naira or more, in the case of the World’s most expensive bottled water.

The luxury water which is known as the Acqua di Cristallo Tributo a Modigliani reportedly sells for as much as $60,000 (about GHc331,043.40) for a 750ml bottle.

According to a report by inabottle.it, the luxury water is sourced from natural springs in France and Fiji, and it comes in a container that screams luxury. The bottle of the water is made from 24k gold.

Interestingly, the report further notes that the water is not just bland and similar to what one may find in every other bottled water packs in malls or supermarkets. The Acqua di Cristallo Tributo a Modigliani water is sprinkled with pure gold to increase its alkalinity.

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World's most expensive bottled water costs over N22 million

The world's most expensive bottled water which costs over N22 comes is a bottle made from 24k gold. Photo: Inabottle.com
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In a similar story, YEN.com.gh gathered the report of a luxurious unisex perfume, Shumukh, which is said to currently be the most expensive perfume in the world. Shumukh, unveiled by The Spirit of Dubai by Nabeel, is valued at a whopping sum of Dh4.752m which is approximately GHc7,087,338.31

This is basically half a billion naira. The name of the perfume pays tribute to ‘The Spirit of Dubai’ as Shumukh in Arabic translates to ‘deserving the highest’.

It unites the art of jewellery and perfumery to create a one-of-a-kind masterpiece that tells the tale of the great emirate through seven core design elements.

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