Ten of the world’s most expensive Cognacs

24th July, 2014 by Amy Hopkins

Rémy Martin Black Pearl Louis XIII

Louis-XIII£100,000

Grapes from Grande Champagne are carefully selected for this Cognac – traditionally made from a blend of 1200 eaux de vie that are between 40 and 100 years old and matured in an ancient tierçon.

The bottle – designed by Baccarat and hand-blown from gothic black crystal – it a tribute to the signature Louis XIII decanter modeled on a flask found in Cognac during the sixteenth century.

7 Responses to “Ten of the world’s most expensive Cognacs”

  1. Good Morning,

    You did not mention CAMUS CUVEE 5.150 EXCLUSIVE RELEASE which has a RSP of USD 10,000/unit.
    This was released for the 150th anniversary of the company last year.

    Best regards

  2. Shweta Bist says:

    Thanks for sharing this list. As i was not aware of these expensive brands of cognac.

  3. The text on the bottom left corner of the image says £117m but the description says only $2m. Which one is true?

  4. Alex says:

    Well, there is a big difference between 117m and m, mentioned in the description.

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