This hangover will only cost $1.4 million

Last updated 12:36 16/05/2014
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EXCLUSIVE DRINKING HOLIDAY: Get ready for the hangover of a lifetime. If you have a cool $1.4 million to spare, you could see the world, one cocktail at a time.

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Would you like to go on the world's most exclusive drinking holiday?

The Ultimate Drink Connoisseurs' Holiday will set you back a cool £750,000 (NZ$1.457 million) per couple.

The dream trip, offered by UK travel company Holidaysplease, is described as "a holiday so rare and exclusive due to the drinks involved, it'll never be repeated again."

The tour, which starts and ends in London (although pickups are possible elsewhere) includes visits to 10 locations, including Monaco, Las Vegas, Melbourne and Dubai, where guests will sample the most exclusive drinks on the planet.

In Las Vegas guests will drink an Ono Cocktail, which contains Remy Martin Louis XVIII Black Pearl, priced at £1250 (NZ$2428.85) a shot.

Guests will also get to slurp a Jose Cuervo 250 Aniversario Tequila, one of the world's most expensive Tequilas.

At Melbourne's The Crown Entertainment Complex the travellers will try a Winston cocktail, which contains a shot of 1858 Croizet cognac worth £99,000 (NZ$192,365) a bottle.

In Monaco they'll drink from the Armand De Brignac Dynastie, the world's most expensive champagne collection.

Also on the list is a tipple of the $170,000 a bottle, 64-year-old Dalmore Trinitas whisky, and some Penfolds Ampoule red wine, of which only 12 bottles were made.

Another of the beverages, a martini, contains a diamond from jeweller Bader & Garrin, rather than an olive and one of the highlights of the trip will be the Legacy cocktail, which includes 1788 Clos de Griffier Vieux Cognac, priced at £12,400 (NZ$24,094) a shot.

Besides drinking, guests will spend a few nights in each location to see the sights.

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