The World’s Priciest Cigars

Cigars, often associated with luxurious moments, reach new heights of opulence in the world’s most expensive list, where aficionados witness the pinnacle of craftsmanship. From Bangkok to global enthusiasts, the allure of these hand-rolled masterpieces is undeniable, with prices soaring as high as 48 million Baht. Prestige Online, in an article by Paint Chayanin, delves into the realm of extravagance, uncovering the stories behind these high-priced cigars.

1. Arturo Fuente Opus X “A”

  • Founded in Florida, Arturo Fuente’s Opus X “A” commands attention with its nine-inch length and full-bodied flavor enriched with espresso notes.
  • Price: $79/cigar

2. Fuente Don Arturo AnniverXario

  • Launched in 2008 to celebrate the brand’s 100th anniversary, this cedar-wrapped cigar boasts flavors of milk chocolate, pepper, cinnamon, and subtle holiday spice.
  • Price: $163/cigar

3. Arturo Fuente Opus X

  • A trailblazer in premium tobacco production, the Opus X’s Dominican Republic origin has made it a sought-after cigar with a unique, leathery taste.
  • Price: $30,000/box

4. Cohiba Behike Cigars

  • As one of the world’s finest cigar producers, Cohiba’s limited-edition Behike commemorates the company’s 40th anniversary, sold out quickly with only 100 boxes produced.
  • Price: $470/cigar

5. Gurkha His Majesty’s Reserve

  • Crafted by Gurkha Cigars, the “Rolls Royce of cigars,” the His Majesty’s Reserve features a 12-year aged filler infused with Louis XIII cognac and a Connecticut Maduro wrapper.
  • Price: $750/cigar

6. Gurkha Black Dragon Cigars

  • Known for their exquisite appearance, the Gurkha Black Dragon cigars offer a flavor journey from sour to sweet, showcasing a complex composition.
  • Price: $1,150/cigar

7. King of Denmark Cigar

  • Epitomizing customized luxury, this cigar comes with gold-plated humidors adorned with Swarovski crystals, allowing buyers to have their names engraved on the cigar.
  • Price: $4,500/cigar

8. Regius Double Corona Cigar

  • Purchasers of Regius Double Corona cigars not only receive a premium cigar but also a guided tour at the brand’s Nicaragua headquarters and 1,000 custom rolls.
  • Price: $52,785.20/cigar

9. Mayan Sicars

  • Dating back to the 12th century, these historic cigars from the Maya civilization were discovered buried along the Guatemalan coast, making them the oldest cigars ever found.
  • Price: $507,000/box

10. Gurkha Royal Courtesan Cigar

  • The epitome of extravagance, this handmade Gurkha cigar features rare Himalayan tobacco infused with $165,000-Remy Martin’s Black Louis XII cognac, wrapped in gold leaf, and bound by a five-carat diamond band.
  • Price: $1.36 million/cigar

Embark on a journey through the world of unparalleled luxury with Prestige Online’s exploration of the most expensive cigars. Note: Original content credits to

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