The Most Expensive Liquor in Nepal: Overview
There is a saying that love and alcohol are considered good as they get older. Alcohol is such a thing that the longer the production process, the more expensive it becomes. But if love is culture, then alcohol is perversion.
The city is buzzing with the Mars tune of the decade. With the beginning of the decade, the taste of wine along with many meat dishes is becoming more and more popular. There are tens of opportunities for wine connoisseurs. The liquor available in Nepal is called Tin Pane. Which is also called local liquor.
‘Anaila’ is popular in the Newari community. The Newari community even uses this wine, which has been in vogue since time immemorial, in worship.
The use of foreign liquor is the same in Nepal even though it is popular in the villages. In Nepal, especially Red Level, Black Level, Green Level, Blue Level are talked about, along with Jack Daniel, Early Times, Simrof, Single Mart, Chivas, Teacher are among the expensive brands.
But even more expensive than these liquors are found in Nepal. Only foreign liquor is available at the Greenline Center at Durbar Marg in the capital. Where all kinds of wine, champagne, whiskey, brandy are available.
The Most Expensive Liquor Brands In Nepal
The most expensive liquor in this shop on Durbar Marg is ‘Camus Cognac 5.150’. The price of this liquor has been fixed at Rs. 6 lakh 7 thousand 205. Its bottle is made by hand. This brandy is made by taking the bark of grapes for 40 years.
Another expensive liquor is Louis XVI Cognac, valued at Rs 490,000. Its bottle is coated with gold. There is also a single mart. The price of a single bottle of Single Mart is set at Rs 238,000.
Apart from that, ‘Master Collection’ and ‘Royal Salute-62’ are also among the most expensive wines available. Greenline also has spaghetti. Champagne is made only in the Champagne region of France. This is a trademark. If it is made in other places, it is called sparkling wine.
Normally, the price starts from Rs 1,000, but in this shop on Durbar Marg, champagne is available from Rs 5,000, said in-charge Nischal Rana Magar. When it comes to wine, there are a variety of foreign wines available. Cheap wines ranging from Rs 1,500 to Rs 18,000 are available here. For those who like different flavors of red wine, white wine can go to Greenline.