So, have you ever wondered what a $100,000 bottle of Champagne looks like? No? Well, honestly, neither had I since I'd never even thought about this previously. However, as a hockey fan, that has changed with the recent winners of Lord Stanley's Cup, the Boston Bruins. Their subsequent celebration and bar tab circulated via twitter and various sports blogs VERY quickly.
The total according to the picture is $156679. Of that, $9683 went to liquor, $744 went to beer, and $113654 was classed as wine.
So, now, on to that $100k Champagne. According to the receipt, it was a bottle of Ace MIDAS. Produced by Champagne house Champagne Cattier under the brand Armand de Brignac, this is the world's largest bottle of Champagne at 30L (the equivalent of 40 750mL bottles). They've only released 6 bottles worldwide. It is known for it's distinctive bottle and logo, where they've utilized the Ace of Spades for the front.
For a perspective of the size, Boston's local CBS affiliate posted the picture below, here, of the Bruins Defenseman and Captain, Zdeno Chara, drinking out of it. I have to note here one thing for perspective, Chara is not nearly as small as the pic makes him out to be beside that bottle. His stats according to the Bruins site is that he is 6'9" and 255 lbs. But this bottle is just so massive, that it's even taking two people to hold it up while someone else drinks from it.
They have a few other pictures involving the bottle (and a great pic of another member of the Bruins drinking from the bottle and Chara drinking Champagne from the Cup)