Fantasy Food: The $1,000 Popsicle & More

The $1,000 Popsicle & More

From Fox News, the Marquis Los Cabos resort in Baja California Sur, Mexico is now offering a $1,000 Popsicle made from 24 ct. gold flakes and Tequilas Premium Clase Azul Ultra—a premium liquor that goes for $1,500 a bottle. You can enjoy the gold-laced ice pop as you're lounging by the pool.

Fantasy Food: The $1,000 Popsicle & More

Sounds insanely rarified, but with a little Google digging, many other fantasy foods emerge. Nino's Bellissima restaurant in NYC serves pizza laden with creme fraiche, caviar, lobster, and a little wasabi for $1,000. 

Fantasy Food: The $1,000 Popsicle & More

The Merchant Hotel in Belfast, Ireland serves a $1,400 Mai Tai made from an extremely rare bottle of Wray and Nephew Rum.

Fantasy Food: The $1,000 Popsicle & More

NYC's Serendipity serves the Grand Opulence Sundae made with the following ingredients: Tahitian vanilla bean ice cream infused with Madagascar vanilla; 23K edible gold leaf; Amedei Porceleana, the world's most expensive chocolate, as well as the rare Chuao chocolate, made from cocoa beans harvested by the Caribbean Sea on the coast of Venezuela; candied fruits from Paris, gold dragets, truffles and Marzipan Cherries; and finally, topped with Grand Passion Caviar, a dessert caviar made of salt-free American Golden caviar.

Fantasy Food: The $1,000 Popsicle & More


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I remember the Grand Opulence Sundae... from 30 Rock.

That is the cheapest plastic I've ever seen on a Popsicle.
You would think it would be hand carved or made from some large animal's tooth.

That last one with the edible leaf: How cool would it be to floss and find gold bits in between your teeth? Those are the moments where you know you're at the top of the food chain.

I want the last one, it looks epic.

eat those over the weekend and your #$%@ would cost a few grand

What about a $5k bowl of pho?

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