The Taj Mahal Palace Hotel has prepared a list of high-end liquor for President Obama’s visit to India this week, including Glenfiddich 40-Year-Old Rare Collection single-malt. The hotel has one of only 600 bottles available and each bottle costs around $2,000. The leader of the free world could probably do with a glass or two after the Democrats’ disappointing mid-term election results.
Obama will apparently only be served food made by his personal chef, but the management at the hotel hope they can welcome him with an exclusive drink.
Other drinks available to the Obamas are Balvenie 30 year old whisky, Dom Perignon Rose Champagne, Chateau Petrus (wine) and Louis XIII Black Pearl (cognac).