Luxury Snacks: Top 5 Most Expensive Foods In The World !

The kind of foods that we are going to talk today we can say that they are not consumed every day, not at least in the middle economic class. Very few of us can have the chance to try them and yes nothing can stop us to imagine their test :).

Lobster
Lobster

The lobster as a seafood are bringing each year around 2 billions dollars to the US economy, i know right. The way that they are prepared may sound grotesque to the some of you who read this, but we have all watched at least one movie where we saw a lobster boiled alive. The say that the meat is really delicious and 1kg usually costs around 100$. After all the fans of a lobster meat will say that is worth it…

Fugu

fugu

 

This deadly Japanese fish , which its meat is not cooked properly can kill you. Because the way of its preparation is very expensive and is taken care only by chefs that have special permission, which they pass through rigorous training to get it.

 

 

Saffron

saffron

This is the most expensive spice in the world – the price per kilogram is exceeding up to 2600 euros. But come to think of it it’s not that weird because to gather a kilogram we will need 150-200 thousands flowers. They are yellow in color and the spice itself has sourly taste but once it colors the rice…..hmmm we are in for a treat:)

 

Kobe beef

Kobe beef

Come on we all heard of this beef that can be found in Japan and its produced from a special kind of Wagyu cattle. How they are bred it remains a secret until this very day, but according to some myths they eat fresh hay soaked in beer, which then the meat gives a special taste. 300 dollars per kg.

 

 

Beluga caviar

Beluga caviar

This is one of the most commodity out there in the market, which the price itself can be up to 5.000 dollars per kilogram. Actually when you think of the the caviar always has represented synonym for luxury, the word itself literally means the POWER OF THE CAKE. Well yeah that is about it. I hope you enjoyed this short little thing.
C ya next time !

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