The world’s most expensive desserts

Three Twins, Ice-cream founder Neal Gottlieb can vouch for the fact that his sundaes are the most expensive ice-cream in the world, and we think he is right for the range varies from $3,333.33 to $85,000. Best known for its local organic ice creams in unusual flavors like strawberry with balsamic vinegar, sea salt caramel, and cardamom, and of course its charity services, this San Francisco-based creamery has a few surprises or two- 2 specialty sundaes here and let you decide. First up is the holiday favorite with a twist- a classic banana split made with syrups from three rare dessert wines–a 1960s vintage port, a Chateau d’Yquem, and a German Trockenbeerenauslese. The servi(ng)ce includes cello accompaniment and a chance to feed your soul: a third of the cost is donated to a local land trust. Priced at $3,333.33, this is only the second in line for the first is priced at $85,000 for two.

Intrigued about an ice-cream that can cost a fortune? Quite possible when it involves glacial ice from Mount Kilimanjaro! A special dessert service from Gottlieb will hand churn glacial ice on the premises for your ice-cream. The package includes airfare, five-star accommodations, a guided climb, a T-shirt, all the ice cream the customer can eat, and a five-figure donation to an African environmental nonprofit. The price: $60,000 for one or $85,000 for two.
The Diamond Christmas Cake: a $1.72 million two-layer hexagonal fruit cake studded with 223 diamonds totaling 170 carats that debuted on the jewelry floor of Tokyo’s Takashimaya Department store on Christmas Day.

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