For $25,000, this is the most expensive Taco in the world

When it comes to comfort food, Mexican cuisine is the one that often crosses the mind at first. After all, how could those sumptuous nachos and loaded tacos not manage to satiate your cravings? While these foods often cost you only a handful of few pennies, Frida at Grand Velas Los Cabos is about to change your perception on just how affordable you think Mexican food really is. Quiet recently, the luxury resort has introduced a $25,000 taco dinner that is bound to fill you up with the mere mention of its price.

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If you are wondering what makes this taco just as grand as, well a decent car or two terms of state school, it is the finest of fillings that are enveloped within it. Inside its gold flake – infused corn tortilla, one can find Kobe beef, langoustine, Almas Beluga caviar and black-truffle brie cheese. Its quintessential salsa is further made from dried Morita peppers, Ley .925 Añejo tequila, and kopi luwak. While the last in the lot may be touted as one of the most expensive, it is in reality the semi-digested cherry excreta of a civet, a wild cat found throughout Asia.

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And if the $25000 treat doesn’t cut it for you by itself, you can pair it with a bottle of the Ley .925 Pasión Azteca Ultra-Premium Añejo tequila which is available for an additional $150,000. To sample this extravagant combo first hand, get down at Frida, at the Grand Velas Los Cabos between 6 pm to 11 pm. Or you could also make do with the pocket friendly delights offered by Taco bell. Just saying!


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