The 10 most expensive foods in the world
You won't believe how much these foods cost.
Here are the 10 most expensive foods in the world.
The Japanese Kobe beef is one of the most expensive meat as it goes for around $600 (about 62,000 shillings) per kilo.
It is mostly known for its marble like look.
2.Kopi Luwak coffee
The Kopi Luwak coffee has to be digested and secreted by the palm civet and that is basically why it is that expensive. It goes for around 113,000 shillings per kilo.
3.Swallow’s Nest soup
This soup is basically bird saliva – specifically the swallow hence the name. It is created from hardened strands of the swallow’s saliva and comes in a variety of colours. White and red are however the most prized. The Swallow’s Nest soup ranges from around 75,000 shillings to around 314,000 shillings.
The Matsutake mushrooms from Japan go for 125,000 shillings.
The Yubari cantaloupes are a hybrid of two types of cantaloupes and they retail between 25,000 shillings to 1.2 million shillings.
The Almas caviar are light gold in colour and come in a 24 carat gold tin. They are from Iran and go for around 2.5 million shillings.
The Saffron spice is gotten from the saffron crocus flower. 1 pound (0.4 kgs) requires about 50,000 to 75000 flowers.
They range from 125,000 shillings to 1.2 million shillings.
The Elvish honey is harvested from tree hollows and it is made by the pure wild European black bee in Russia.
This type of honey is collected once in a year and is made from linden and regular plants from unpolluted high altitude zones in Russia.
It goes for 629,000 shillings per kilo.
White truffles are a type of mushroom that go for around 755,000 shillings per kilo.
There are only 100 densuke watermelons grown every year. One melon was sold for around 277,000 shillings
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