How to Drink $1200: The Billionaire Margarita

Tequila enthusiasts with cash to burn, rejoice! In time for National Margarita Day, The London Bar, set within luxury hotel The London NYC, has debuted The London NYC Billionaire Margarita. Featuring the most exclusive, ridiculously premium ingredients, including Patrón en Lalique Serie 1 and Louis XIII, The London NYC Billionaire Margarita boasts a price tag of $1,200.

Created by Jayson Goldstein, The London NYC’s Director of Food & Beverage, the margarita will be offered as long as the Patrón en Lalique Series 1 is available. As Goldstein said, “With only 500 bottles of the spirit produced, once it’s gone – it’s gone!”

Alternatively, if you actually have this much money to spend on a single cocktail, do the world a favor, and donate it to charity in the name of all things ‘Margarita’. We’re sure the bar won’t mind if you order something more reasonably priced (and substantially less obnoxious).

Find more margaritas here, including Paleo margarita recipes, and chocolate margaritas!

$1200 MARGARITA RECIPEThe London NYC Billionaire Margarita 

Makes 1


  • 1.5 oz. Patrón en Lalique Serie 1 Tequila
  • .5 oz. Louis XIII Cognac
  • .5 oz. Organic Blue Agave Nectar
  • Fresh Key Lime Juice
  • Fresh Meyer Lemon Juice
  • 10 Dashes Cara Cara Orange Bitters (recipe below)


  1. Combine all ingredients in an ice-filled cocktail shaker, shake vigorously.
  2. Strain into coupe glass rimmed with Maldon sea salt.
  3. Enjoy!

Recipe: Cara Cara Orange Bitters


  • Skin of 10-15 Cara Cara Oranges
  • 4 oz. juice from Cara Cara Oranges
  • Handful of Peppercorns
  • A Few Star Anise
  • Handful of Cardamom
  • 3 Cinnamon Sticks
  • 6 oz. Over Proof Rum (such as Bacardi 151)


  1. Combine ingredients and let sit for five to seven days.
  2. Strain and bottle.


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