Luxury car brand Rolls Royce have released a limited edition portable cocktail hamper, designed to stash in the trunk of your car, with an eye watering $46,328 price tag.
Brain child of Rolls-Royce Accessories Designer Sina Maria Eggl along with experts from London's Dorchester Hotels, the hamper is perfectly appointed to cater for a 'vast selection of classic and contemporary cocktails' according to the luxury car company's press release.
Promising gentlemen or women drivers the ultimate watering hole on wheels this is the exquisite gift for the man or woman who really does have everything.
Only 15 of the hampers will be produced and they take a total of eight weeks to make being hand crafted from American Walnut Wood and leather to match the interior of the Roller, naturally.
The kit comes with four decanters and four tumblers blown by prestigious brand Theresienthal, which in themselves take one month to complete being blown using beech wood moulds and finished with platinum rings.
Open the doors of your walnut clad hamper and an integrated lighting system illuminates the interior revealing reflective mirrored surfaces, just like a bar. Inside are stashed a multitude of mixologists tools, from a paring knife, canapé dishes, an ice bucket, recipe cards and fine cotton napkins through to a muddler finished in American Walnut and a even a monogrammed strainer with 'RR'.
No detail has been overlooked, well almost. The BBC have thoughtfully pointed out there is one fundamental design flaw, and that's where your collection of spirit bottles is supposed to live. Omitted from the design, seems purchasers will have to suffer the perpetual problem of chinking scotch bottles stashed under the seat.
What do you think? Is there space enough in your trunk for one of these?
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