The most expensive cigarettes in the world right now belongs to the Lucky Strike 18-carat white gold pack. This pack of cigarettes was displayed on major airports back in 2006. As you know, smoking, despite the obvious health concerns attributed to it, is really about celebrating something. And so is it with this most expensive cigarettes in the world.
This most expensive cigarettes in the world was designed mainly as a promotional gimmick and the limited-edition pack which is studded with a single large ruby and diamond. As for the price, this most expensive cigarettes in the world is tagged about $100,000. It was still labeled with “Smoking Kills” as the slogan in front of its pack, although the staggering price tag itself could have been a life-ender.
A hundred gran for a pack of smokes of this most expensive cigarettes in the world of course can give someone a heart attack. However, if you are a big spender and love expensive wine, cars, and gadgets, then this most expensive cigarettes in the world should be a piece of cake and a friend of yours. This is a cigarette pack which you certainly wouldn’t want to crumple inside your pockets. You don’t exactly mind to spend some money to buy it.
The other most expensive cigarettes don’t even come close. The Chancellor Company’s Treasure Cigarettes was sold at $39 for a pack of 20s. For $15 a pack, there’s also a Davidoff Classic Cigarettes which uses only the highest-grade tobacco leaves and finer-grained cigarette papers. In 2009, Davidoff released a diamond edition pack which reportedly costed $21,500 a pack. However, the Lucky Strike 18-carat white gold pack still hold the record for the most expensive cigarettes in the world.