The Caviar In This Taco Alone Costs More Than Most People Make In A Year
If you’re like most people, you probably have an extra $25,000 laying around the house. You could use that money to put a down payment on something like a Lambo, buy hundreds of egg incubators on “Pokemon Go,” or burn it in your oversized fireplace to keep you warm on a cool evening.
If you have $25,000, you can spend it on the world’s most expensive taco.
Just kidding, this is actually the $25,000 taco:
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Created by Chef Juan Licerio, the world’s most expensive taco comes with an array of decadent toppings fit for a king. For starters, the tortilla itself is made with flakes of 24-karat gold. And that’s just the start. As Neatorama reports, the taco comes with several choices cuts of meat: Kobe beef and Norwegian lobster. It also stuffed with black truffle brie cheese, Almas Beluga caviar — the world’s most expensive caviar — and it is served with morita chile salsa and civet coffee.
The taco is currently only available at the Grand Velas Los Cabos hotel in Mexico.
— Grand Velas Cabos (@LosCabosGV) March 16, 2017
Chef Juan Licerio knows there are cheaper tacos available, but he stands behind his creation.
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“People are excited and a little surprised about how you can eat a taco for $25,000,” Chef Licerio said in an interview, “when you can find one on the street for 10 pesos.”
But if you can’t make the trip, and you can’t get $25,000 from your couch cushions, there are actually “gourmet tacos” that won’t set you back the price of a BMW.
If you’re in Los Angeles, you can try tacos with high-end ingredients at Guerrilla Tacos, and you won’t have to take out a loan for ’em.
Or if you get a little drunk, any taco in the world is the most delicious taco in the world, regardless of price.
READ: The Most Important Poll You’ll Take This Year: Are Jack In The Box Tacos Delicious Or Are They Trash?
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