Chiefs all over the world create edible masterpieces of a very high cost… but if you are a foodie, you would totally appreciate the fancy ingredients and understand why they are so expensive.
Krispy Kreme’s Luxe Doughnut – $1,685
Normally, Krispy Kreme outlet sells regular doughnuts and coffee, but back in 2014 their chiefs created a $1,685 doughnut to raise funds for charities.
Why so expensive? It was covered with 24-carat gold leaf and decorated with edible diamonds and white chocolate lotus flower.
If you take a bite, you’d feel the stuffing made of Dom Perignon champagne jelly.
Frrrozen Haute Chocolate Ice Cream Sundae – $25,000
Serendipity 3 restaurant in New York serves a $25,000 ice cream.
The price is built of 5 grams of 23-carat edible gold and its topping is the most expensive chocolate in the world, $250 La Madeline au Truffle.
This sundae is supposed to be eaten from a golden goblet with a golden spoon.
Almas Caviar – $25,000
Almas caviar is produced from the eggs of 50-100 year old albino sturgeon and originates from Iran.
It comes in a package that is made of gold, which makes this item even pricier.
This exclusive caviar is only available at Caviar House & Pruner in London, England.
Fleur burger – $5,000
One can taste this burger in Las Vegas’ Mandalay Bay.
It is made of Wagyu beef and foie gras patty with truffle sauce and shaved black truffles, served on a truffle bun.
The FleurBurger is served with a bottle of a 1995 Chateau Petrus poured in an Ichendorf glass, which you get to take home later.
English Wagyu Beef Pie – $15,900
The Fence Gate Inn, Lancashire, U.K. sells the world’s priciest beef & mushroom pie.
The chief uses $1,000 Wagyu beef from Japan, Matsutake mushrooms and black truffles marinated in 1982 Chateau Mouton Rotschild red wine.
They say it’s totally worth its $1,900 per slice.
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