Hennessy Paradis Imperial cognac. Luxor 24-carat gold leaf champagne. A set of handmade 18-carat gold rings.
At the posh Chinawhite nightclub in London, you can get all that together in a champagne glass (yes, even the rings), but it'll cost you a pretty penny. A mighty attractive penny.
£2,012 — or roughly $3,136.31 — to be exact.
But that's if you're not an Olympic champion. Won gold in London? Just flash your hardware (as we're sure some athletes are doing shamelessly at countless London nightspots), and you can get this extravagant golden cocktail for the hard-to-beat price of on-the-house. It's just one of the many perks that come with winning at the Games.
"The golden cocktail is our special creation, and we have given some away," Chinawhite's director James Spallone told Yahoo! Sports. "Every night we have a presentation for the gold medalists, and it has been very well received."
And if you didn't win anything, don't sweat. Chinawhite will be more than happy to still let you behind the velvet rope, so long as you're an Olympian.
"The athletes have been preparing for this for years, so it is great for us to provide them with a place where they can let their hair down and enjoy themselves," Spallone said. "We make sure they have a great time and have some special memories of London to take home."
Gold-medalist swimmers Ryan Lochte and Chad le Clos are reportedly two London 2012 stars who have gotten VIP treatment at Chinawhite since the Games began.
It's not clear if they actually sampled the club's swanky alcoholic concoction. But for Lochte, whom we've heard doesn't shy away from a good time, we wouldn't put it past him.
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