Forget about Beer Drinking Trips, Tequila Avion’s $500,000 Tasting Flight Is the Real Deal

Going on a road trip usually is a spontaneous type of adventure. You hop in the car, hit the road and drive as far as possible. But with the world wide internet at our disposal things get a lot more complex these days. Heck, there’s even a How to Plan a Beer Drinking Trip guide that comes in 9 steps that apparently will help you get the best out of it. Sure, for the few out there that can afford it, there will be full packages worth $500,000 to cover these types of journeys.
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Since we’re auto people here, we can imagine not all of you know about Tequila Avion. It’s the fastest growing ultra-premium tequila beverage, apparently. The same company making these eccentric spirits has recently unveiled a one-of-a-kind “World’s Most Expensive Tasting Flight,” a bespoke travel experience to the Avion distillery in Jalisco, Mexico.

Sure, the $500,000 trip is far from being a Spring Brake drinking journey. We are looking for a rare chance to find out about some of the secrets that make Avion the “World’s Best Tasting Tequila” - as voted by mixologists and industry experts at the San Francisco World Spirits Competition.

The founder of the company himself will host the private tasting, tour of the distillery and intimate dinner at the home of Avion Master Distiller, Alejandro Lopez. Guests will leave Mexico with specially customized bottles of never-released tequila from Ken’s personal library. Did we mention it costs $500,000? Oh, yes, we did. But for what exactly, you may wonder.

This exclusive travel package exemplifies our mission to create sought after products and once-in-a-lifetime experiences while celebrating the Avion liquid, which is at the core of everything we do,” the company explains.

Then there is also the travel to and from Jalisco, Mexico via a private Gulfstream jet for up to 10 guests, a private butler and a professional photographer to document everything, all included.

Simple math tells us that we’re still looking at a tequila tasting trip each person pays $50,000 for. Somebody, please call Dan Bilzerian ASAP!


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