Top 10 Extremely Expensive Food In The World

Lindeth Howe pudding

Indian value: 21,93,563 per pudding

Presently the world’s most expensive dessert is prepared by Marc Guibert of Lindeth Howe Country House Hotel near England’s most popular national park, Lake District. Each pudding resembles a Faberge egg. The ingredient list includes high class chocolate with gold, caviar and two carat diamond. Wondering if anyone ever bought it?

Well, businessman Carl Weininger, 60 bought this for himself after being dumped by his girlfriend.

Almas Caviar

Indian Value: 21,59,831 per tin

This Iranian delicacy is cluster of very small eggs acquired from the albino beluga sturgeon fish in the Caspian Sea. Very few albinos are now living, though each one has a lifespan of more than 100 years. The older the fish is, the more aromatic and appealing the flavor of the almas are. Almas can only be purchased from very few Caviar Houses & Prunier stores wrapped in 24k gold metal containers. It’s a luxury to consume almas in any European grandeur or ceremony.

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