Sometimes it's not the item itself but the accessories that come with it that make something truly special. Such is the case with The Emerald Isle set from The Craft Irish Whiskey Co. While the triple-distilled, 30-year-old Irish single malt whiskey is remarkable, it's not what recently led an American collector to pay $2.8 million for one of the seven sets in existence. Instead, it's the other items inside the custom walnut wooden cabinet that serves as its case. Those include the world's first Fabergé Celtic Egg, a Fabergé watch, a carafe of Irish spring water, pure obsidian whiskey stones, two Finn glasses, a 24k gold water pipette, a Tasting Log, a hip flask of Emerald Isle, and a gold-plated cigar cutter for the two Cohiba Gran Reserva VI cigars inside the hidden humidor.