Fortress Serves World’s Most Expensive Dessert for $14,500

If you are blessed with sweet tongue to match your foodie spirit, then The Fortress Hotel in Galle, Sri Lanka would be your next sure-spot destination.

This Fortress Stilt Fisherman Indulgence demands a bulky but justifiable sum of $14,500. Featuring a gold leaf Italian cassata relished with Irish cream and mango, the other ingredients of the dessert include Dom Perignon champagne, gold and silver leaf.

Following an age-old practice of the fishermen, the dessert is dished up with a concoction leaning against fishermen’s Valrhona chocolate sculpture carved out of an 80-carat aquamarine stone costing $14,000.

So, guys with a small bargain of $500, you can end up giving a feast to your eyes by grabbing empty sculpture but yes a total down payment of $14,500 can really make your day with a chocolate pudding overflowing out of this sculpture. The dessert eyes only the elite and exclusive clientele of the hotel.

Reuters states that the GM of the hotel has received two enquiries from Japan and the management is hopeful to ink one-or-two deals during this year. But the workers of Sri Lanka are not amazed with such an asset as BBC quotes a Colombo-based development worker saying Sri Lanka is still battling with the bents of life and death, making efforts to come out of the aftermath of 2004 tsunami. In such a difficult situation, this kind of promo won’t help.


World’s Most Expensive Dessert

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