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Welcome to the festival of flavors!
The expression “expensive cuisine” differs widely. For some of us, it means saffron, while for others, maybe truffles. Nonetheless, there’s a complete variety of cuisines that have cost damage that’s beyond imagination for most of us. And that’s why you need to win the lottery, to quench your royal appetite.
Life is not all about exploring the pasta-abilities. Here’s the list of the world’s most expensive cuisine:
Saffron, nicknamed as ‘Red Gold,’ is the world’s most expensive spice with half a kilogram costs between five hundred to five thousand US dollars, more expensive than gold itself. The leading cause of such crazy price is its industrious method of harvesting. Saffron is extracted from Crocus sativus’s stigma. It also has medicinal properties. People eat this red gold to treat mild to moderate depression, improve memory, reduce Premenstrual syndrome, enhance libido, reduce the heart-attack risk factor, cancer-fighting properties, and many other mind-blowing benefits. You need to win the lottery to get your ‘sunshine spice.’
Caviar, a seafood delicacy, is harvested from a fish egg of a specific kind of female fish known as sturgeon fish. Why is it on the list? The most expensive caviar is sold for $35 thousand per kilogram, according to Guinness world records. Caviar helps you have a healthy nervous, immune, and circulatory system; plus, a good source of vitamins, minerals, omega-3, iron, etc. We all need to win the lottery for that one.
So who doesn’t love cheese? Here’s the world’s most expensive cheese, produced only in Sweden. This lovely piece of cheese costs around one thousand dollars per kilogram. This cheese is created by moose milk and only in the Moose House farm. Isn’t it the first thing you’d try if you strike it rich? We all need to win the lottery for that one.
Oyster is a bivalve mollusk, living in brackish or marine habitats. Now the food of the rich oysters was very cheap in the early nineteenth century. One ‘Coffin bay king’ Oyster cost around a hundred dollars, exclusive to the Australian Port Lincoln Hotel, while a dozen average oysters cost around £51. These extremely rich in zinc, sticky things are sex boosters too. They help in the production of testosterone and maintain healthy sperms. Plus, they are essential for the production of female libido also. They boost hormone and dopamine levels.
The world’s most expensive meat globally, Jamón Ibérico, commonly known as Iberian ham, is a cured ham made only in Portugal and Spain. It costs around $4,500, and the most expensive ham was sold at £3,193. Want to find out why it’s so costly? That’s another reason why you need to win the lottery.
A subterranean fungus, white truffle grows in the roots of specific trees and is much rarer than any other counter-part. They have an incredibly intense aroma and flavor. Although many of the experts have tried so much, it can’t be grown everywhere. The record at which these truffles were sold at most is $330,000 per one and a half kilogram. This extraordinary fruiting fungus is why you need to win the lottery and find out why they’re so hefty.
Fortress stilt fisherman
The world’s most expensive dessert, fortress stilt, is offered in Srilanka. The dessert, flavored with Irish cream and served with a pomegranate and mango, costs around $14,500. The fortress fisherman is mainly served with unique handmade cutlery.
Japanese ‘wagyu’ beef is one of the most expensive and tastiest meats in the world. It costs around $500 per kilogram. The meat has a mouthwatering flavor and a fantastic aroma. You know where to head straight when you win the lottery. A little slice of heaven!
The most luxurious taco offers caviar, Kobe beef, and cheese, wrapped in a gold-dipped corn tortilla. The Cabos resort of Mexico provides the most expensive taco in the world that costs around $25,000, but you need to win the lottery to afford it.
Here out the world’s most expensive pizza. Louis XIII, made by Renota Viola, costs so much as $12,000. This luxurious pizza is offered with a lavish lobster and seven different types of cheese. The reason behind its whopping cost is how eloquently it is made.
Ever imagined eating a bird’s nest? On top of that, imagine it being the tastiest thing you’ve ever eaten. Swallows’ nest, entirely made from their saliva, is a Chinese delicacy. This soup costs as much as $3,000 per kilogram, and its extravagant price is easily justifiable as there’s a high risk of falling from a height of more than 200 meters. The dish is rich in protein and has a fair amount of nutrients. You need to win the lottery to try this one out for sure.
I’m not drooling, you are!
If you won a jackpot in a giant lottery but still want to try some luxurious classic cuisine, you now know where to head up straight and what expensive food you’ve to try next. But first, we need to win the lottery. We have provided you the list of luxurious food that will quench your cravings.