TweetSharePin10+11Share112 Shares Yup you heard that right. A $750 margarita. For most of us, we think we’re living it up with our endless inexpensive tacos and $5 margaritas on Cinco de Mayo. But there are some people out here (no seriously, real live people) downing drinks that cost more than the average working woman’s monthly car payment or day care expense. For a mere $750, you can celebrate Cinco de Mayo in style with this uber luxurious Allair Royal Gold Margarita, created by Award-winning Mixologist Josue Gonzalez at the DÔA Miami Beach. Wanna treat your bff? Well, you can also purchase a pair of these cocktails for $1000 or get table side service for $2500. What’s It Made Of…Gold? Actually, yes it is. Let me break down this hella expensive masterpiece for you. The Allaire Royal Gold Margarita features premium Allaire Collection Privee Tequila served in a Waterford crystal margarita glass. Swanky right?! The salt on the rim is hand-harvested Sal de Ibiza Fleur de Sel (Spanish Sea Salt). For the final touches, it’s garnished with 24 carat gold flakes and a 24 carat gold encrusted lime wedge. 24K Allaire Royal Gold Margarita at DÔA Miami Beach – $750-$2500 | NaturallyStellar.com Oh and that’s not all. Service includes all of the materials used to create this opulent drink. Waterford crystal margarita glasses, 24k Thai elephant gold leaf, a silver-plated serving platter, gold-plated mixing spoon and gold-plated straws. 24K Allaire Royal Gold Margarita at DÔA Miami Beach – $750-$2500 | NaturallyStellar.com Allaire Royal Gold Margarita Recipe by Josue Gonzalez 3 oz. Allaire Collection Privee Tequila 1 ½ oz. Fresh squeezed premium lime juice 1 oz. Grand Marnier Cuvee du Centenaire – 100 Year Anniversary Shake ingredients over purified spring ice Strain liquid into a 24k Gold plated Shaker Coat half the crystal glass rim with hand-harvested Sal de Ibiza Fleur de Sel Pour into Waterford Crystal Margarita Glass Garnish with a 24K Thai Elephant Gold Leaf coated lime slice Serve drink(s) on silver plated platter with gold-plated mixing spoon and gold-plated straws 24K Allaire Royal Gold Margarita at DÔA Miami Beach – $750-$2500 | NaturallyStellar.com About The DÔA Miami Beach It’s an Asian Cantina concept, serving high quality Chef driven LatAsian cuisine featuring flavors unique to Asian influenced cooking born in Latin America. Affordable, casual and approachable, DÔA Miami Beach is open seven days of the week for unique offerings in Dinner, Weekend Brunch and Late Night dining. (doacantina.com) Back To This Drink I know I joke about the cost of the Royal Gold Margarita, but if you got it like that and feel it’s worth it, then go head gurl! treat yo’ self! So basically all you need to do is #1 Be in Miami Beach on Cinco de Mayo. #2 Have $750 – $2500 to spend on drinks. #3 snap a selfie of you sipping, because nobody is ever gonna believe you dropped bank on that drink. Would you splurge on this drink? The following two tabs change content below.BioLatest Posts Candice S. Founder, Editor-in-Chief of Women's Lifestyle Blog, Naturally Stellar | Beauty Writer and Content Creator | I left corporate life 7+ years ago, to pursue my goal of becoming a writer. Boom!! I did that! Now I'm an accomplished writer and boss babe running a successful blog business. You should hire me! #RockStarMoms Latest posts by Candice S. (see all) What’s New At Belk & Lancome Beauty Counters For Women Of Color - July 18, 2018 6 Helpful Things To Do Right After Your First Massage - July 15, 2018 Drop-In Childcare – What To Expect + 6 Nashville Area Centers - June 29, 2018 TweetSharePin10+11Share112 Shares 17 Responses Michelle Thames May 12, 2017 Ooh, I don’t even like margaritas but this one looks so pretty!But $750 is STEEP lol! Reply feleciamonique88 May 10, 2017 I would love to indulge in this but…I’d have to share with a few others. Reply Candice S. May 10, 2017 Oh now that’s the first time anyone has mentioned splitting the cost. Good solution. Reply Keisha R May 10, 2017 Just bring to to me – I don’t even NEED to wait until Cinco de mayo. I love Grand Grand Marnier. I’ll take the homie pricing though lol Reply Candice S. May 10, 2017 Lol @ Homie pricing! 😀 Reply Neek Neek (KeeNvision) May 9, 2017 Chiiiiiild, that drink better come with a man, a house, good credit and two vehicles. LOL. A top shelf vodka would achieve the same affect, if not better. LOL. Enjoyed your post. Reply Toni Wiggins May 8, 2017 Although I love me a good drink, but $750? For one single drink? You know how many vintage pussy bow tie shirts I could buy with that money? No thank you ma’am! Lol Reply Ra'Nesha May 7, 2017 Live a little $750 Margarita do I get to keep the glass lol? Reply Candice S. May 7, 2017 You actually do and it’s Waterford crystal 🙂 Reply alifeofauthenticity May 5, 2017 I can’t even imagine paying that much for one drink! That’s just too much indulgence for me. Thanks for the post. Reply Candice S. May 5, 2017 I think a lot of people can’t imagine it either 🙂 But it is a pretty cool creation. Reply thehatlogic May 5, 2017 I would have to sell my soul for a $750 margarita! It’d be cool to try, especially on Cinco de Mayo! But gold in my margarita sounds like a new twist, that may just be worth it! Jordan xx http://thehatlogic.com/they-come-in-twos-not-threes/ Reply Candice S. May 5, 2017 I wonder if our bodies can even digest gold? If not then that $750 pays for some pretty expensive ? ‘? Reply ejnosillA/RedefiningHERstory May 5, 2017 I don’t care what is in that margarita… I’m not paying $750 for no drink when there is a perfectly good liquor store up the street! Do you know how many drinks I could get for that kind of money? For $750 that drink better refill itself and a heck of a meal better come with it… shucks… a hotel room and a chauffeur for that type of money… just saying! Reply Candice S. May 5, 2017 Haaa haaa!!! Word! I could plan a pretty sweet mini getaway for $750. If I’m gonna splurge, I’d rather it be on a trip. Reply Erica @Black Bloggers Network May 5, 2017 I would splurge on a lot, but I just can’t see myself spending a mere $750 on a Margarita. If I did, I would definitely have to snap a selfie because I wouldn’t even believe it the next day. Thanks for sharing the recipe! Reply Candice S. May 5, 2017 Oh you’re welcome! Now I would splurge on the food at the restaurant where the drink was created and a weekend in Miami Beach. Their menu looks delicious and prices are average. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.