$13,000 Drink Doesn’t Get Consumed: We recently wrote about the most expensive foods in the world, citing the $8,633 cocktail called “Salvatore’s Legacy” served at Salvatore at Playboy, in London. Well, move over, Salvatore, because there’s a new cocktail sheriff in town. The “Winston,” a drink made with the 1858 Croizet cognac that Winston Churchill supposedly drank while planning D-Day, sold in Melbourne to an anonymous buyer for $13,000 U.S. dollars. The wealthy imbiber supposedly took a few sips, signed the check, and left the bar. Call us crazy, but if we’re shelling out thirteen grand for a drink, we’d probably want to finish it.

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