Put your money where your mouth is with F Duerr & Son’s Fine Cut Seville Orange Marmalade with Whisky, Champagne and Gold. Made in celebration of F Duerr & Son’s 125th anniversary, it was designed to be the world’s most expensive marmalade, and I think it does a pretty damn good job of doing so. The fruit is of the finest Seville variety, mixed with vintage Dalmore 62 whisky from Whyte & Mackay valued at £32,000 ($60,291) per bottle, topped off with a splash of Pol Roger Cuvée Sir Winston Churchill 1996 vintage champagne and garnished with flakes of 24-carat gold leaf. Then, the whole thing is encased in a custom-made crystal jar valued at £1,100 ($2,072) even not filled with marmalade. The resulting spread would cost £76 ($143) to cover just a single slice of toast. Just don’t expect this to show up at the continental breakfast table at your local Motel 6 any time soon.