Who Will Eat the World’s Most Expensive Dessert?
Made from a variety of chocolates, champagne caviar (?), gold leaf, and a two-carat diamond, the nameless chocolate pudding dessert costs $35,000 and comes delivered in an edible Fabergé Egg-style container, which has been glazed in champagne jelly (?) and more edible gold, and is made of biscuit joconde. It is waiting by the fire for someone to come eat it.
OK let’s figure this out. Biscuit joconde is an almond sponge cake. Champagne caviar … does not appear to exist, although champagne jelly does, so champagne caviar must be made from the eggs of a fish fed strictly champagne and champagne jelly. I’d try it.