The world’s most expensive cognac is packaged by jeweler, Jose Davalos. Dubbed as the DNA of cognacs, the Henri IV Dudognon Heritage is priced at almost $2 million. This ultra expensive cognac has been produced since 1776. It is aged in barrels for more than 100 years. The cognac is then bottled in a bottle studded with jewelry and dipped in 24 K gold and sterling platinum. The bottles is also decorated with 6,500 brilliant cut diamonds.
The alcohol content of the Henri IV Dudognon Heritage is 41%. The bottle weighs approximately 8 kilograms and it is filled with 100 cl. of the precious liquor. We therefore conclude that the bottle never gets recycled after the content has been consumed. Cheers!
The Henri IV Dudognon Heritage is priced $1,982,300 per bottle.