A dessert is a type of food that is eaten after lunch or dinner. It is usually a sweet food, like ice cream, cookies, and cakes. In some countries, cheeses such as Brie cheese and fruit are served as dessert. Some desserts are decorated, like birthday cakes. Others are simple, like pudding. Many desserts are baked (cooked in an oven). Some desserts are served with whipped cream as a topping...
This is it.... 10 kinds of expensive dessert in the world...
1. GODIVA CHOCOLATE
Godiva originated from one of the country known for chocolate products, Belgium.Manufacturers of chocolate Godiva Chocolatier introduces a new collection ofchocolate, "G". The entire collection of memorabilia from the "G" is composed of various ingredients and flavors such as pallets d'Or, Tasmanian honey and Mexican hot chocolate. Flavor of chocolate depends on the type of demand rather great priceonly $ 117 per pound.
2. STRAWBERRIES ARNAUND
We certainly know that the recipe Strawberries Arnaud is strawberry ice cream, withlemon and red wine. But the strawberry at Arnaud restaurant in News Orleans, United States, not just a regular piece of fruit. The difference is in the topping, a 4.7 caratpink diamond ring that once belonged to Sir Ernest Cassel, the only one in the world.This food prices? 14 Billion Euro, why? because in addition to exclusive ring before,strawberry drinks are also served with Charles X Crystal worth 250 million rupiah perbottle.
3. FROZEN HAUTE CHOCOLATE
This one is for all those of you who cannot resist a deliciously blended scoop of cold delight.
The Frozen Haute Chocolate, (right) made by New York City eatery, Serendipity 3 and priced at a mind-blowing $25,000 has claimed a spot in the Guiness World Records as The World’s Most Expensive Dessert.
Made from a blend of 28 cocoas from across the world, this decadent delicacy is infused with five grams of edible 23-karat gold and served in a goblet lined with edible gold. Serendipity 3 teamed up with jeweler Euphoria New York to create this amazing dessert.
Topped with whipped cream, more gold and a side of La Madeline au Truffle from Knipschildt Chocolatier, which sells for $2,600 a pound, the dessert comes with an 18K gold bracelet with a carat’s worth of diamonds that rests at the base of the goblet and a gold spoon set with white and chocolate-colored diamonds.
In claiming the “Most Expensive Dessert” title, the Frozen Haute Chocolate unseats another dessert, also by Serendipity 3, called Golden Opulence. And unseats it dramatically: Golden Opulence was priced at $1000, which seems measly when compared to the price of the Frozen Haute Chocolate.
4. THE FORTRESS STILT FISHERMAN INDULGENCE
Foods made one of the hotels in Sri Lanka is worth 145 million rupiah. These foodshave become the second most expensive food in the world. These foods are also no less delicious and interesting food than usual. These foods consist of gold leafcassata, and mango and pomegranate compote. These foods would seem unusual ifnot given in the form of decoration in the form of a chocolate sculpture and stoneakuamarin angler weighing 80 carats.
5. MACAROONS HAUTE COUTURE
In the US, we usually think of macaroons as a kind of coconut meringue cookie. In fact, macaroons can also be made from many kinds of nut, although almond is the most common nut to use.
Pastry Chef Piere Herme is the latest of four generations of pastry and bakery chefs, and began his career as an apprentice at the age of 14. Today, he is the owner of thirteen stores in Paris and Tokyo. He’s also the creator of Macaroons Haute Couture, the most expensive macaroons in the world.
These macaroons consist of two meringue puffs, made with balsamic vinegar and fleur de sel, held together by your choice of a range of ingredients from peanut butter to chocolate made with red wine. The cost varies based on your choices and you could end up paying a staggering $7,414 for these costly cakes.
The world's most expensive chocolate is called as CHOCOPOLOGIE. Fritz Knipschildt is the founder of Knipschildt Chocolatier in 1999 and currently holds the title for the most-expensive chocolate called Chocopologie. The rich dark chocolate truffle contains a French black truffle inside its seventy percent Valrhona cacao that is blended into a creamy ganache with truffle oil and dusted in cocoa powder. Individual Chocopologie pieces costs $250.00 but if one piece isn’t going to be enough then a one-pound box can be pre-ordered for $2600.00 by contacting Knipschildt.
7. WHITE TRUFFLE
Truffle (fungus) the most subtle and most expensive in the world is the white truffle oralba truffle of the Piedmont region in Northern Italy. One pound of expensive moldscan be valuable 5 Million Rupiah. Largest mushroom found in the world until nowweighs 1.5 pounds, and was bought by Stanley Ho, Macau casino owner, the price of33 million.
8. NOKA CHOCOLATE
Noka chocolate is the best compilation of black special chocolate from plantations in Venezuela, Ivory Coast, Trinidad and Ecuador. Noka chocolate is chocolate with the second highest price in the world. Chocolate is made from 75 percent pure cocoawith other mixtures such as cocoa butter and sugar.
This uniqueness chocolate manufacturers do not add any type of emulsifier or vanilla flavor in their chocolate products.
Artificial Noka chocolate is known as one of the most delicate and deliciouschocolate in the world. With a variety of materials best chocolate from around theworld from countries such as Venezuela, Ecuador and Ivory Coast, cocoa is worth 8.6million rupiah per half kilo. You can imagine chocolate with different taste and special aroma waiting to make your tongue sway.
9. SULTAN CAKE
Served at the Ciragan Palace in Istanbul, the $1000 Sultan’s Golden Cake is one of the finest tasting experiences you will ever come across. The dessert that takes 72 hours to make contains figs, quince, apricot and pears soaked in Jamaican Rum for 2 years. The topping contains caramel, black truffles and, as you might have guess, a gold leaf.
10. CHOCOLATE VARIATION
Starting off with a decently expensive dessert, the $640 Chocolate Variation comes in at #10 in our list. Served at the Mezzaluna, an Italian restaurant within the Lebua Hotel in Bangkok, the refined dessert features edible golden leaves, champagne serbet made from the champagne Roederer Cristal Brut 2000 and crème brûlée. To top it all off, the dessert ends with Perigord truffles, strawberry chocolate mousse and a slice of chocolate cake.