8 Most Expensive Perfumes in the World

A great perfume is powerful enough to create a space in anywhere. We all have our own favorite brands. But, have you ever thought which are the most expensive perfumes in the world? Here is the list.

Clive Christian’s Imperial Majesty: $215,000

Clive Christian has been voted in the Guinness Book of World Records as the most expensive perfume in the world. The collar part of this 16.9-ounce perfume bottle is made with 18-carat gold that too, is adorned with a five-carat diamond. Believe it or not, only five bottles will be made in a year.

Clive Christian No. 1: $2,150 (2 oz.)

This wonderful perfume is a combination of Indian jasmine, mandarin and sandalwood. Its bottle is encrusted with pristine crystals, while the collar is 24-karat gold-plated sterling silver.

Hermes Perfume 24 Faubourg : $1,500 (1 oz.)

The perfume, which was designed by Maurice Roucel and Bernand Bourjois, is a combination of ylang ylang, orange blosson, jasmine, iris, vanilla and ambergris fragrances and it comes in little bottles of just once ounce priced at $1,500 each.

Annick Goutal Perfume EAU D’hadrien – $1,500 for a bottle

Annick Goutal is the creator of this magical fragrance using citrus (grapes and Sicilian lemons).

Henri Alméras’s Joy Perfume for Jean Patou – $800 (1 oz.)

When Henri Alméras designed Joy back in 1929, it became an instant hit. And even now it is considered one of the greatest fragrances ever created.  Joy is made from many flowers without any specific flower’s smell.

Jar Perfumes The Bolt of Lightning – $765 per ounce

The renowned jewelry designer Joel A. Rosenthal created this strong and fresh perfume which is similar to the smell of the air just after a bolt of lighting strike.

Baccarat Les Larmes Sacrées de Thebes – $ 6,800 per bottle

Baccarat designed this amazing perfume bottles in the world with embedded crystals and beautiful designs but it will cost $6,800 for a bottle.

Caron’s Poivre: $2,000  

This perfume is a mesmerizing mix of lavender, jasmine, rose, Lily of the valley, carnation, cedar, sandalwood, Tonka and musk.


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