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Rolls-Royce whisky and cigar chest designed to entertain the wealthiest of guests

Bespoke cellarette accompanied with hand-blown crystal glasses and humidor will cost you about $55,000

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Rolls-Royce has announced its newest addition to the Connoisseur’s Collection – a bespoke cellarette configured to stow aperitifs or digestifs alongside cigars.

Before you get too excited and get out your checkbook, this chest will put you back £40,570 ($55,113).

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“The Cellarette epitomizes true Rolls-Royce style: precision engineering, exquisite hand craftsmanship and a breathtaking presentation of luxury,” Rolls-Royce notes in its announcement.

The chest is built from an aluminum frame and wrapped with embossed Rolls-Royce Havana leather. It features an Obsidian Ayous Open Pore veneer serving tray complete with a Spirit of Ecstasy inlay.

Opening the chest, you’ll be presented with an array of accessories revealed in a mechanical fashion that mirrors the opening of the doors of a Rolls-Royce. These accessories include a collection of hand-blown lowball glasses and a leather-lined bottle pannier.

Also included inside is a humidor, that when opened, reveals a cigar tray made from Spanish Cedarwood.

Magnetically attached to the exterior of the cellarette are two small containers that hold a detailed S.T. Dupont cigar cutter, lighter and an ashtray.

“Although the cellarette will fit into the rear of any Rolls-Royce, it truly comes into its own as a centerpiece at an al fresco dining experience, or as an accompaniment at an intimate gathering,” the automaker ads.

To learn more about this cellarette, visit Rolls-Royce’s website.

Racheal Colbert
An experienced writer and editor, Racheal brings her enthusiasm for collector cars to her role as the Content Manager of the Collector Car Network. Former Content Writer and Marketing Manager in the tech and publishing industry, Racheal brings a fresh perspective to the Journal and the automotive world.

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