Nigerian Luxury designer Alexander Amosu created the world’s most expensive champagne in collaboration with luxury champagne brand Goût de Diamants. Called “Taste of Diamonds”, the drink costs £1,200,000 (N 248,202,764.73) Personally I wasn’t so surprise about his latest designs until I heard the price and I decided to look it up myself and then I was wasn’t still surprise but flabbergast at the price a bottle of champagne is been sold but you need to know how many carat gold the bottle carries then you will understand why is that expensive and it’s one of those champagne bottle that one tend to monitor during a party/get-together to make sure your guests don’t try to whisk it away (I mean you’ve got to have a special security for the bottle LOL).
Goût de Diamant’s Taste of Diamonds Champagne

The expensive drink by the luxury brand has been launched into the champagne market and is striving to become the world’s most enjoyed champagne by commissioning this one off design for private clients.

The Goût de Diamants team met with Alexander Amosu and told him to create something special and unique. He created a design which takes its inspiration from the Superman style signature and hand crafted it from 18ct solid white gold weighing approximately 48gsm of solid gold centered by a single deep cut white diamond weighing 19cts.

Commenting on the design, Alexander Amosu said “The bottle already has a distinctive look with its natural design, all I had to do is bring it to the next level of ultimate luxury.”

Shammi Shinh, the brand’s rep said “All our bottles come as standard with an exquisite diamond-themed bottle design encrusted with a diamond cut Swarovski crystal. We wanted to take it one step further and create a one off masterpiece for one of our private wealthy clients and we are very please with the results.”

The versatile award winning music Producer and MAVIN Records CEO, Don Jazzy was the first person in Nigerian to receive a bottle from Alexander Amosu himself and trust me, he didn’t waste time to let us know when he posted on his twitter page, see picture below courtesy: Twitter.

Don Jazzy gets world's most expensive champagne

Don Jazzy gets world's most expensive champagne

Mavin Records CEO, Don Jazzy shared the picture of himself with a bottle of the World’s Most Expensive Champagne, Goût de Diamants‘ “Taste of Diamonds” on his Instagram page with the caption:

“So I was honored with the 1st bottle to touch Nigeria. #Goûtdediamants cheers to the weekend. Cc @alexanderamosu#Mavin”

A lot of celebrities are known to order so many of their gadgets from him, and this includes the likes of Keri Hilson among so many others who had to brag about it.


Alexander Amosu has also lots of luxury designs to his name ranging from most expensive phone, suit and so many more, Below are just few designs he has done.

Alexander Amosu Luxury Designs

  • Blackberry Diamond Q10 by Alexander Amosu

  • Amosu’s Colour Couture

Amosu Couture BlackBerry Bold 9900

Amosu BlackBerry Bold 9900

  • Amosu Blackberry Bold 9900 Gold Edition at £999 (€1140)

  • He designed the world’s most expensive Blackberry(custom BlackBerry Curve 8900), which sports nearly 29 carats of specially cut diamonds, for $240,000 as at 2009

Samsung Galaxy S3 Swarovski Edition Amosu Couture Samsung Galaxy S3 Swarovski Edition

  • Samsung Galaxy S3 Swarovski Edition Created by Amosu Couture, each handset features 500 Swaroski diamonds inlaid in its bezel and a further 16 Swarovski Crystallized elements in its home key. For added protection, each phone comes in a calf leather case to ensure its safekeeping and you can get it for $3,400

  • Alexander Amosu designs ‘Gucci diamond belt’  with the cost tag of $6,600. Amosu luxury design diamond based Gucci belt design uses 368 vvs1 excellent new diamonds, and comes with more attractive and graceful black color and the diamond based sign

amosu couture valentine pink swarovski iphone 4

  • Pink Swarovski iPhone 4 by Alexander Amosu at £2,699 ($4,400)

  • Amosu’s gold and platinum version of ipad 2-  Coated in 24 karat gold, this iPad 2 from Amosu is also customised with 360 Swarovski crystals which form the Apple logo at the back available for £2800 ($4300)

  • Alexander Amosu unveils the world’s most expensive £70,000 ($101,860) suit and this one-off creation has taken in excess of 80 hours to complete and is made from vicuña, a rare wild South American animal related to the camel which only produces enough wool for shearing every three years, qiviuk, the world’s most expensive wool, gathered from the Arctic muskox. When blended with pashmina from the high mountain plateaus of the Himalayas they create Vanquish II, one of the world’s most luxurious cloths. The suit features over 5,000 individual stitches equating to £14 (approx. $20) per stitch. And no price for guessing that the suit features diamonds to justify its six-figure price tag. The suit features nine 18-carat gold and pave set diamond buttons to make it worth every penny. The suit was sold to a mystery buyer for the mentioned $101,860 price tag.

  • Luxury Designer Alexander Amosu launches a series of exclusive bespoke shirts made from the finest cotton in the world. Each bespoke shirt comes as standard with silver buttons with the option of having the buttons in gold, platinum or diamond encrusted (diamond comes in various colours) Ranging from £400 ($650) to £25,000 ($40,000), these shirts will definitely complement the World’s Most Expensive shirt from Alexander Amosu.

  • Amosu’s phone luxury case: These cases are hand made and stitched using exotic materials like crocodile, python, ostrich and lizard. They come in a multiplicity of colours and finishes.Each case is bespoke and can have your name emboss in the leather with fine craftsmanship and sophisticated styling.

  • Amosu’s customize Lamborghini Key, Amosu decorated it with 183 little diamonds for a total of 2.02 carats, focused on detailing the Lamborghini logo.

  • Amosu’s Customize Bentley car key.

  • Amosu Diamond Mont Blanc handcrafted Pens.

  • Alexander Amosu’s Collection

  • Motorola and Alexander Amosu only made 100 of this Bluetooth headset which cost between $8,000 to $12,000 and comes with 18k gold and 180 diamonds – Just to mention few.

Below is the picture of the man himself – Alexander Amosu

Born to Nigerian Parents in London 1975 Alex Amosu’s north London entrepreneur made his first million at the age of 24 by selling ring tones of the latest R&B and hip hop tracks. The first collection he sold was a monophonic version of ‘Big Pimpin’’ by the New York rapper Jay-Z. Amosu did not like asking his parents for money and so he was always on the look-out for ideas seeing opportunities that can be turned into revenue. Whether they’re successful or not didn’t really matter – he would do it, market it and if it works, make money.

Alexander Amosu

When he was 25 he bought a mobile phone and realized he could compose tunes on it. Other people were doing the same thing, but passing them around their friends for free. Amosu having bought a Nokia phone, found the Composer facility and programmed “Big Pimpin’” into it. His brother liked the concept and asked him if he could have the phone. Amosu did not think of it much.His brother went to school the next day, and it went off in class. Everybody wanted it. All of a sudden there were 21 people on his doorstep – no way was he going to give everyone a ringtone for free.He told them to give him a pound each. That was Amosu’s first ringtone scheme.

  • Amosu at the Bedroom Britain (A campaign for young entrepreneurs)

Amosu realized it was an opportunity to make a fortune. After researching the market, he launched his company. In his final university year pursuing aeronautical engineering degree Amosu quit to expand his fledgling company, R&B Ringtones. Amosu did some research, and found there were three companies supplying Ringtones,-One in Germany, one in the UK and one in Holland. All the ringtones were pop and rock, not R&B. It was perfect for Amosu as he took the R&B market. He hired his mother and brothers to answer calls and dispatch ringtones from the family living room using cheaply available mobile technologies, PCs and premium-rate phone-lines.

  • Amosu and Kelly Rowland

Meanwhile Amosu promoted the service on the back of flyers for college balls. ‘I ran back home from handing out flyers at a Valentine’s Ball, and I’d made £91 by the time I got home. I had one computer at the time,’ he says, ‘and the company grew by word of mouth. Within three months he had gone from being refused by all the banks to hiring 21 staff and opening two offices. In a year, Amosu made a million.

  • Amosu Alexander and 50 Cent

  • Alexander Amosu



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  6. I’m not knocking his hustle, more some the customers. I really think that bottle is ridiculously ostentatious. He’s a good entrepreneur for sure.


    1. Think of it this way – it’s hand crafted from 18ct solid white gold weighing approximately 48gsm of solid gold centered by a single deep cut white diamond weighing 19cts. meaning the drink really isn’t the main focus here, you can always save your bottle for future use probably for sale or put of for exhibition.


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