Most Expensive Pudding in the World
Let’s find out which is the most expensive Pudding in the world !
A luxury retailer has created an extraordinarily decadent Christmas pudding recipe for those who love the traditional British dessert and have a spare . It will cost you $38,500 which is not too much if you really enjoy having one of these.
Topped with a gold coin, soaked in a 200-year-old Cognac and prepared by the former pastry chef of The Savoy Hotel from London, the world’s most expensive Christmas pudding can serve up to 12 people.
The pudding is being sold by the British luxury retailer that travel packages of UNESCO-themed heritage sites and has been created tours of all the three Michelin-starred restaurants in the world.
The question is : What makes that pudding so expensive? Well, the amazing and expensive dessert is made with a bottle of Duret 1810 Cognac which is valued at $17,717 that has been produced during the pre-Phylloxera era, also known as the Great French Wine Blight, when a mite destroyed a swath of French vineyards.
Also in the recipe will be placed other spirits that include an 1834 Marsala wine and a Perez Barquero Solera 1905 Sherry. The pudding is also studded with rare Mamra almonds from Iran and organic Ajwa dates.
To create the exorbitant dessert, VeryFirstTo recruited Martin Chiffers, currently the executive pastry chef of Chiffers Shop at Mitsukoshi Ginza Tokyo and the president of the UK Pastry Team for the World Pastry Cup. Previously he was the pastry chef of The Savoy Hotel London.
Topping the dessert is a coin worth $12,200 that shows the angel Gabriel facing the Virgin Mary and the Latin cross on the reverse side.The pudding also comes with 10 silver threepences dating back to 1762, valued at $114.
Placing a threepence in a Christmas pudding is an age-old custom to bring wealth in the coming year. The remaining alcohols and presentation boxes are also included with the dessert.
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