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Multi-Million Dollar H2O: The Most Expensive Bottled Water in the World

The bottled water market in Australia is estimated to be worth A$608 million according to Ibisworld. And while you might think all water tastes the same, good-quality bottled water is like excellent food – it alters in taste, presentation, and value. The fanciest bottled waters come from some of the worlds most pristine natural springs, artesian wells and icebergs. Unique sources, bespoke presentation and fabulous flavour are at the heart of some of the most valuable bottled waters in the world.

Tributo Modigliani, Diamond Sterling 

The crown of most expensive water in the world goes to Tributo Modigliani, Diamond Sterling worth an incredible A$6.4 million. This is one bottle you won’t want to throw away after drinking. It’s handcrafted by Fernando Altamirano from gold, silver and platinum and is encrusted with 6,000 diamonds. Inside the bottle, the water originates from opposite ends of the world. The natural springs of Fiji and France meet with the glacial water of Iceland that’s then sprinkled with 5mg of 23-carat gold dust. Pretty Fancy if you ask us.

Beverly Hills 90H20, Diamond Edition

With only nine bottles in the world, this 14-carat Diamond Edition Beverly Hills 9OH2O is estimated to be worth around A$135,000 a bottle. Released in mid-2010, the bottle features a cap made of white gold and both white and black diamonds from Mario Jewellers of Beverly Hills. Each one comes with four engraved Baccarat crystal tumblers. The water itself is from springs in the mountains of California with a natural alkaline concentration and high levels of healthy electrolytes.

Bling H20, The Ten Thousand

Suitably named ‘The Ten Thousand,‘ the most expensive Bling H2O bottled water features 10,000 hand-applied Swarovski crystals. Worth over A$3,650 a bottle each is fully customisable in virtually any colour combination upon request. Inside the pure spring water is sourced from the Palomar Mountain in Southern California and undergoes a purification process that includes ozone, ultraviolet and microfiltration.

Fillico, Black Queen

One of the most expensive bottled water brands in the world is Fillico. Established in 2005, the brand is known for its signature bottles in a conical shape with a crown cap. Its limited edition Black Queen bottle is the most expensive costing over A$1,600 each. Inside the handcrafted frosted matte black bottle embedded with 57 Swarovski crystals, is the finest spring water from the Nunobiki spring in Kobe, Japan.

Nevas, Design Edition by Deklart

Only four bottles of the Deklart & Nevas Water Limited Edition collaboration bottles are available worldwide. Each is a unique piece of art worth over A$2,400. German artist Deklart is the creator of the fun yet elegant style that arouses positive feelings with bright colours and extravagant details. The high-quality water inside is the winner of a Taste Award in 2019 with a unique fine perlage.

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