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  Thursday, September 24, 2009

  Most Expensive Bottle of Spirits-world record set by Donald Edge

 LONDON, UK --British jeweler Donald Edge has created a a gold, pearl, and diamond-encrustled bottle of Chambord raspberry liqueur estimated to be worth $2 million and contains 1,100 individual diamonds-setting the world record for the Most Expensive Bottle of Spirits.

 The bottle was created for promotional purposes at London Fashion Week, a design exhibition.   (enlarge photo)

   Under tight security, it will also go on display in the Chambord Bar for the launch night of “Chambord presents Breakfast at Tiffany’s” with Anna Friel & Joseph Cross at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket, 29 Sept.

   Donald Edge produces bespoke high-end jewellery for clients that include members of the royal family, Hollywood stars and sportsmen.

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  Largest cup of tea-world record set by Mercy Health System

 Biggest pint of beer-world record set in Timisoara

 Most bottles opened in one minute-world record set by Adam Dolman

  Largest collection of Scottish whiskies-world record set by Claive Vidiz

  Fastest Bartender-world record set by Chris Raph
  Biggest tea cosy-world record set by BUPA care homes

Oldest champagne-world record set by an 1825 Perrier-Jouet  

  Largest cappuccino-world record set in Prague

  Most bier steins carried over 40 metres-world record set by Reinhard Wurtz

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Thursday, September 24, 2009

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Largest whisky bottle-Tomintoul Distillery


               Largest Cappuccino-Prague

                Fastest Bartender-Chris Raph

Largest champagne glass-Vini nel Mondo


         Largest collection of Scottish whiskies

 Most bier steins carried-Reinhard Wurtz