Những Chai Rượu Mắc Tiền — US$2,000,000 một chai
10. 5,000 Courvoisier’s Lesprit
Made from a variety of blends, some dated back to Napoleon I, Courvoisier’s L’Esprit is smoky and rich, with fragrances of cinnamon and dried apricot flowers. The flavor is initially powerful but has a mellow after tastes.
9. $5,500 – Jenssen Arcana
Aged 98 years in oak barrels, Jenssen’s Arcana is powerful, “extraordinarily” concentrated and only bottled, sealed and certified upon request.
8. $6,000 – Hine Triomphe Talent De Thomas Hine Crystal Decanter
Each bottle of Hine’s high-end Talent de Thomas is bottled in a Baccarat decanter, placed inside an actual cigar humidor, made from Maccasar Ebony and Honduran Mahogany which helps preserve the spirit’s delicate floral bouquets.
7. $6,400 – Frapin Cuvée 1888
A rare blend of Cognacs from Frapin’s reserves, the Cuvée is bottled beneath a 24-karat gold stopper in a twisty crystal decanter. Flowery flavors combine with sweet spices, honey and toasted vanilla.
6. $7,500 – Martell Creation Cognac In Handcarved Baccarat Decanter
Martell’s rare Cognac is a “reinterpretation” of a batch first casked at the start of the 19th century. The Grand Extra has a soft flavor of dried fruit and marmalade and fades into slight tastes of walnuts and cedarwood.
5. $7,900 – Le Voyage de Delamain
A blend of cognacs from Delamain, Le Voyage was bottled in 500 crystal decanters, most were bought by eager collectors. It has a complex taste that fades from Russian leather to tobacco, coffee and Eastern spices.
4. $12,900 – Hardy Perfection 140 years Cognac
The “world’s oldest known unblended Cognac” . The Cognac from Hardy was limited to 300 Daum crystal decanters. It is an exceedingly rare Cognac, has the tastes of coffee, chocolate and oak.
3. $55,000 – Remy Martin Cognac Black Pearl Louis XIII
When you “swish” Remy Martin’s deep amber-colored Black Pearl Louis XIII around in your mouth, you are tasting 1,200 types of 40 to 100-year olds Cognacs blended together. The swill has the smell of flowers, fruits and spices, and the final flavors of ginger, cinnamon and Cuban cigars.
2. $200,000 – Hennessy Beaute du Siecle Cognac
Insert a bronze key, turn, and Hennessy’s Baccarat crystal-bottled Beaute du Siecle rises up on a tray. Housed in a melted aluminum and mirrored glass case, this mixture is blended from Hennessy’s reserves of 47 to 100-year-olds Cognacs.
1. $2 million – Henri IV, Cognac Grande Champagne
An elixir mixed since 1776 by the direct descendants of King Henry IV. Each batch of Henry IV Dudognon Heritage is aged in a barrel for more than 100 years, capped inside a 24-karat gold-plated and 6,500 diamond-bejeweled bottle.