The most expensive perfume in the world

A Dubai perfume company has announced that it has created the world's most expensive perfume named SHUMUKH after 3 years of research and 494 tests. With a capacity of 3 liters, this perfume bottle costs 1,295 million USD.

The world's most luxurious perfume bottle

According to CNN, SHUMUKH perfume is contained in Italy's Murano crystal jar that decorated with a golden falcon, Arabian horse, roses and a globe. This perfume bottle is attached with 3,571 diamonds, 38.55 carats, a few large pearls and contains a total of 2kg of 18-carat gold and 5kg of pure silver. In addition, this perfume bottle is also contained in a leather-covered cabinet nearly 2m high.

Shumukh carries the scent of sandalwood, musk wood, turkish roses, Indian frankincense, patchouli Patchouli India, etc. / Ph: The Spirit of Dubai

SHUMUKH is a product of The Spirit of Dubai which belongs to Nabeel luxury brand. According to information from this company, the ornaments are decorated on this bottle and perfume materials are taken from many parts of the world. SHUMUKH perfume bottle sets 2 Guinness records: perfume bottles have the most diamonds, perfume bottles have the highest size with remote control, according to CNN.

SHUMUKH carries the scent of sandalwood, musk wood, Turkish roses, Indian frankincense, patchouli Patchouli India, etc

Informations of buyers of this unique perfume bottle has not been disclosed.

SHUMUKH Masterpiece with Master Perfumer & Designer Mr. Asghar Adam Ali (Al Attar) / Ph: The Spirit of Dubai

According to the Guinness World Records, the world's most expensive commercial perfume bottle is Clive Christian No.1 Imperial Majesty (500ml). It costs $205,000 and was introduced in 2005 (the price includes delivery fees through Bentley).

However, the title "The most expensive perfume in the world" of SHUMUKH may not last long. Morreale Paris said that this company was creating a 10-liter perfume bottle that is wrapped in gold, diamond, ruby ​​and has a total value of more than 18 million USD - equivalent to 1800 USD / millilite.


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