The World's Most Expensive Cigars and Cigarettes
A single pack of these cigarettes can be purchased for $100,000. This exquisite cigarette pack launched by R.J. Reynolds is considered to be the world’s expensive cigarette pack ever created. You would wonder what makes this cigarette so valuable, if you look attentively on this pack you may see that the package is not simple. This Lucky Strike pack has 18 carat white gold coat and a ruby stone in the right corner. In 2006 this smoking product was mostly created as an advertising stunt, displayed at the largest airports.
Davidoff Classic Cigarettes
Davidoff is a luxurious cigarette brand manufactured by Reemtsma Cigarettenfabriken GmbH, division of Imperial Tobacco Company, one of the largest cigarette producers. For almost a century, Davidoff Cigarettes are considered the most prestigious world brand.
In 2009, many smoke lovers were amazed by the manufacturer, when it has launched a Davidoff diamondpack, which cost $21,500.
Chancellor Company’s Treasure Cigarettes
The Treasure Cigarettes are also one of the most costly cigarettes in the tobacco world. A splendid aluminum pack with a unique watermark on the cigarette paper and the silver foil tips make these cigarettes look gorgeous. The size of one cigarette stick is about 90 mm. At present a pack of Treasure Cigarettes are available at $50.
Gurkha Black Dragon
Gurkha Black Dragon is the costly cigar brand in the world. This truly tobacco treasure was made of an exclusive Honduran tobacco blend with unique select fillers. This was a limited edition as cigars were produced from an old and rare tobacco sorts. The price for a stick was also striking - $1,150.
Gurkha His Majesty’s Reserve
One more luxurious cigar brand is Gurkha His Majesty’s Reserve, which is also known among cigar connoisseurs as “Rolls Royce” of the cigar industry. These famous cigars are manufactured from the rare cognac and premium tobacco sorts. Less than 100 boxes of His Majesty’s Reserve are produced per year, which makes them even more expensive. If you thing about trying this cigar, you will have to spend more than $750 for a single stick.
Cohiba Behike is the third most valuable cigar in the world. This limited cigar is sold with a one of a kind designed humidor, which maintains optimum moisture thus preserving the initial cigar flavor and taste. A humidor with 40 cigars is available for $18.846, a single stick for $470.