What is the most expensive cigar in the world? It’s Gurkha Royal Courtesan Cigar at $1 million. Infused with Remy Martin Black Pearl Louis XIII, each cigar gives you the high in luxury. Here’s a complete and updated list of most expensive cigars in the world this 2021.
Gurkha Royal Courtesan Cigar – $1 million
Mayan Sicars – $507,000
Double Corona Regius Cigars Ltd – $54,000 for 1 cigar
Gran Habano #5 El Gigante – $185,000
Gurkha Black Dragon – $115,000 per box
Arturo Fuente Opus X Ltd – $30,000 per box
Cohiba Behike – $18,000 per box
Gurkha His Majesty’s Reserve – $15,000 per box
Fuente Don Arturo AnniverXario – $7,500 per box
Arturo Fuente Opus X BBMF – $55 per cigar
Successful men are known to flaunt their confidence as well as their cigars. Who can forget the pictures of the indomitable Winston Churchill plugging away at his beloved cheroots as he plotted the downfall of the Nazi empire? Many men smoke cigars while enjoying a good time with their friends, to portray an image of sophistication, or to celebrate a happy occasion. The best cigars are crafted by specialist hands and made from top quality leaves. For these reasons, leading cigar brands command a hefty price tag.
Persistencemarketresearch.com reports that the global market size for cigars and cigarillos is growing at a good pace thanks to the popularity of flavored cigars and cigarillos among young adults, especially women. From 2015 to 2025, the global cigars and cigarillos market is expected to grow at compounded rate of 2.8% to reach $23.8 billion by 2025, rising from $17.7 billion in 2014. On top of that, Strategyr.com estimates that global market for cigars will top $20.1 billion sticks by 2024, fueled by increasing consumption among the young and rich sector.