Top 10 Most Expensive Desserts in the World
It’s great to have most expensive dessert after dinner. Enjoy something sweet and tasty: cake, cookies, pie, pudding, or anything else- as long as it has sugar in it. There aren’t many people who can afford to, or who would want to, spend thousands of dollars on a dessert. Here are the top 10 most expensive dessert.
10. Noka Chocolate, Vintage Collection – $854 per pound
Vintage Collection provided by Noka Chooclate comes in at an expensive $854 per pound. The chocolate that is sold by this company is well known for being delicious and one of the finest made in the entire world. The chocolates that are provided in the Vintage Collection are all of the dark variety, each of them made with at least 75% cocoa.
9. Golden Opulence Sundae – $1,000
The Golden Opulence Sundae, provided by New York City restaurant Serendipity 3, will add $1000 to your bill. The sundae was created in order to celebrate Serendipity’s 50thAnniversary- otherwise known as the golden anniversary. Known as the world’s most expensive sundae, the Golden Opulence is made with 5 scoops of Tahitian Vanilla Bean ice cream mixed with Madagascar vanilla and Venezuelan Chuao chocolate and topped off with a leaf covered in 23K edible gold.
8. The Brownie Extraordinaire – $1,000
The Brownie Extraordinaire is sold at Brule, a restaurant in the Tropicana Resort located in Atlantic City, New Jersey. This most expensive dessert made out of dark chocolate that is then covered with Italian hazelnuts and served with a scoop of ice cream.
7. The Sultan’s Golden Cake – $1,000
This most expensive dessert available at the Ciragan Palace Kempinski Hotel located in Istanbul, for the hefty price of $1,000. The cake is made of figs, pears, apricot, and quince that are then put into a Jamaican Rum and soaked for two years. To finish, the cake is topped with French Polynesia vanilla bean, caramel, black truffles, and a 24 carat gold leaf. It is said that the cake takes about 72-hours to make.
6. Macaroons Haute Couture – $7,414
French pastry chef, Pierre Herme, has cooked up a new and most expensive dessert. The price tag at $7,414 definitely makes these macaroons not as attractive to everyone as the original recipe. A customer is able to choose ingredients such as balsamic vinegar, fleur de sel, red wine, peanut butter, and anything else you can think of putting between your two meringue puffs.
5. The Fortress Stilt Fisherman Indulgence – $14,500
The most expensive dessert pays special tribute to this pastime by portraying a stilt fishing scene made of delicious ingredients, including chocolate, exotic fruit, and Irish cream. The dish is served with a mango and pomegranate compote. It portrays a fisherman, carved out of chocolate, hanging onto the stilt.
4. Frrrozen Haute Chocolate – $25,000
You can enjoy the frozen drink with the consistency of a slushy that contains a variety of cocoas from over 14 countries, milk, and of course 5 grams of 24-carat. To top it off, there’s a dollop of whipped cream and La Madeline au Truffle shavings. To ensure your money’s worth, the “Haute” cold dessert comes in a goblet that is banded with gold and decorated with diamonds: 1 carat of them, along with a take-home golden spoon.
3. Platinum Cake – $130,000
The most expensive dessert created by a Japanese pastry chef named Nobue Ikara, the Platinum Cake rings in at the tiny price of $130,000, and is any platinum lover’s dream. The cake is decorated with plain white frosting and then draped with everything platinum, including chains, necklaces, pins, pendants, and even foils made of platinum that are edible.
2. Strawberries Arnaud – $1.4 million
The most expensive dessert made drom 4.7-carat pink diamond once belonging to Sir Ernest Cassel, an English royal finance advisor. Not only do you get delicious strawberries and a nice ring, the dessert comes with white-glove servers who provide wine out of a wine set worth $24,850, and of course there’s live jazz music.
1. Diamond Fruitcake – $1.65 million
One pastry chef in Tokyo to auction off the cake on Christmas Day at an exhibit entitled Diamonds: Nature’s Miracle. The chef took about 6 months to design the cake and an entire month to finish it and have it ready to be sold. 223 small diamonds are located throughout the exterior of the cake. Except for the diamonds, the rest of the cake is fully edible. With $1.65 million, it’s become the most expensive dessert in the world.