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The Most Expensive Ice Cream Desserts on Earth

Once you’ve played the online lottery and hit the big time, there’s an endless amount of things that you’ll finally be able to do.  The smartest thing for you to do would be to set your winnings aside and only start spending after some careful planning and thinking things through.  That doesn’t mean that you can’t spoil yourself a little bit though.  You might want to head out and treat yourself with a meal that you’ve never thought you could never afford, like one of the most expensive ice creams desserts you never even knew existed before this.  Here are a few which you can try out:

The Victoria -$1, 000

The Victoria

 

This ice cream dessert comes from the Langham hotel’s Pavilion restaurant and is sure to make you look back to make sure you aren’t seeing things.  Made with vanilla and chocolate ice cream, as well as Hennessy VSOP cognac, there’s no doubt that this will make you feel like one of the richest people in the world.  It even has 24-karat gold dust and a gold leaf which is used to decorate the dessert.  Other things which are added in include salted caramel, butterscotch, caramelized golden peanuts, whipped cream, dark chocolate croquant, hot fudge, and of course a chocolate crown to top it off.  This dessert will be served to you in a Wedgewood crystal bowl which you get to keep, along with a bottle of Dom Perignon champagne.

Three Twins Ice Cream Sundae – $3, 333.33

Three_Twins_Ice_Cream_Sundae

 

Here you will be served a banana split with is covered in syrups from rare dessert wines.  These wines include a 1960s vintage port, a German Trockenbeerenausiese, and a Chateau D’Yquem.  The company which offers this dessert gives a third of the purchase price to a land trust.  We almost forgot about the special antique spoon from the 1850s which the dessert is served with, along with the personal cello performance which you can enjoy while eating.

Absurdity Sundae – $60, 000

Absurdity Sundae

 

The name should be pretty self-explanatory as to why this is one of the most expensive ice creams in the world.  Coming from the Three Twins Ice Cream company, you’ll be getting much more than a delicious dessert made with some rare ingredients.  A travel experience has been designed for you which will help the environment too!  The money which is spent on this is sent to a non-profit organization in Africa which is dedicated to bettering the environment.  The first thing you would need to do is make your way to Mount Kilimanjaro where your dessert will be made from fresh glacial ice.  Along with this, you’ll also get a first class ticket to Tanzania as well as a stay at a five-star hotel.  Once you’ve had a guided tour up the mountain, the founder of the company will create your ice cream sundae right in front of you.

Strawberries Arnaud – $1.4 million

strawberries-arnaud

 

To enjoy the most expensive dessert in the world, you’ll have to take a trip to Louisiana.  It is here where vanilla ice cream is combined with strawberries, wine, spices, cream, mint, and port to make one of the most delicious dishes you’ll ever taste.  The price of this dish is so steep as a result of the exclusive 4.7-carat diamond ring which is used to decorate the top of the strawberries.  Once belonging to Sir Ernest Cassel, it features a large pink breath-taking diamond.  You will be served by waiters in white gloves who will shower you with port wine from the Charles X Crystal Cave Liqueur collection, with a jazz ensemble making the experience one you’ll never forget.

With the prizes which could be yours when playing the USA Lottery, you could be enjoying these delicious desserts a lot sooner than you think!  With rollover pushing the jackpot prizes up for this week, the Mega Millions is now standing with an estimated jackpot prize of a whopping $96 million for Friday’s (1st May) draw.  While you’re placing your entries there, give the Powerball a try too.  There’s no going wrong when the jackpot prize for Saturday’s (2nd May) is set at $60 million.  Best of luck!