Sunday, October 16, 2011

After RM24 million ring, will this be deliver to Malaysia Dead Valley?

10-13-2011 15:18
The most expensive dessert in the world

By Yoon Ye-seul

About 40 million won worth dessert, which is the most expensive one ever, has been introduced in a restaurant in Britain, reported the Daily Mail on Tuesday.

Dressed with champagne, caviars and gold leaves, the pudding is made with four different types of the finest Belgian chocolate flavored with a combination of peach, orange and whiskey.

Also the case of the dessert is reminded of the “Faberge Easter egg,” a jewel of the Russian court in the 19 century.

It is a handiwork of Marc Guibert, a head chef at Lindeth Howe Country House Hotel in Windermere, Cumbria, north west England. He made the dessert for celebrating an opening of the National Chocolate Week, starting Tuesday, reported the paper quoted him as saying.

“Marc has used all of his culinary talents to whip up a truly incredible concoction of chocolate, champagne and gold leaf, all topped off with a diamond,” said Stephen Broughton, a managing director of Lindeth Howe. “It looks spectacular, tastes incredible and has a price tag to match!”

The dessert is seemed to easily break the world record currently held by New York's Serendipity 3 Restaurant, which sold its Frozen Haute Chocolate last year for about 2.9 million.

The British pudding, however, will not take its place in the Guinness World Records until a customer order, which must be done three weeks in advance.
If anyone can own a RM24 million ring, this is chicken feed.

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