Keep your tummy empty and your pocketbook full for the priciest decadent desserts in the world. These irresistible treats will satisfy any sweet tooth, and add at least $1000 to the dinner tab. Served in the most posh restaurants from New York City to Istanbul, these delights are worth every edible carat.
The Frrrozen Haute Chocolate
Served at New York City’s ritzy Serendipity-3, this sundae favorite is a lofty $25,000. The secret formula for this frozen hot chocolate contains a luxurious blend of the most expensive and rare cocoas in the world. Fourteen varieties are gathered from Ecuador, Venezuela, the Ivory Coast, and Trinidad to complete the recipe. Ice cubes, whipped cream and shavings from the world’s most expensive truffle, La Madeline au truffle will enchant your taste buds. Served in a Baccarat Harcourt Crystal Goblet with an 18 carat gold and white diamond bracelet, this irresistible dessert contains over 23 carats of edible gold.
Golden Opulence Sundae
If you’re dining at Serendipty-3 but are in the mood for vanilla instead, consider this sundae for a mere $1,000. The elegant delicacy is served in a Baccarat Harcourt Crystal Goblet and eaten with an 18-carat gold spoon. The spoon and goblet are yours to keep when the sweet treat is gone. Made up of five scoops of Tahitian vanilla bean ice cream, mixed with Madagascar vanilla and Venezuelan chocolate, this sundae is full of surprises. The 23K edible gold Ron Ben-Israel sugar flower featured at the top is trumped only by a tiny glass bowl of Grand Passion Cavier – sweetened with orange, passion fruit and Armagnac.
Edible Brick of Gold
Whoever said fruitcake was a cheap gift never tried this $1,000 luxury dessert available at Ciragan Palace Kempinski Hotel located in Istanbul. Made of a familiar combination of figs, pears, apricot, and quince this dessert gets it’s rich flavor from soaking in Jamaican Rum for 2 years. The cake is topped with French Polynesia vanilla bean, caramel, black truffles and a 24K gold edible leaf.
At Arnaud’s in the world famous New Orleans’ French Quarter you’ll find more than music, magic, partying, extraordinary food and fun. You’ll find the tastiest strawberries $1.4 million can buy. The berries top this queen of decadent desserts with fresh cream and mint, upping the hefty price tag with a unique 4.7K pink diamond once belonging to the English royal finance advisor, Sir Ernest Cassel. This divine dessert is served with a $24,850 bottle of wine and live jazz music.