Definition of someone's blood is worth bottling in English:

someone's blood is worth bottling


NZ, Australian
  • Someone is extremely valuable and worth preserving.

    ‘your blood must be worth bottling’
    • ‘Your blood's worth bottling, it is, Emsie!’
    • ‘"He's a good man — his blood is worth bottling."’
    • ‘Rumours that the volunteers have orange blood — to match their distinctive orange overalls — proved unfounded, but their blood is certainly worth bottling!’
    • ‘Andrew called me and said thanks for sending William to set up a new program in my computer, he said, "your blood is worth bottling".’
    • ‘Please, give him my regards and tell him that his blood is worth bottling.’