8. Sidecar – The Ritz in Paris
The Hotel Ritz-Paris is famous for its clientele, including Ernest Hemingway. At a bar, you can taste the world’s priciest Sidecar, which first made its appearance on the bar scene from the 1920s.
The Ritz variant is made out of a champagne Cognac dated between 1830-1870 and is rumoured to have been kept protected by Nazi soldiers during the occupation. Its price is around $1,670.