The latest outrageously extravagant package from VeryFirstTo luxury retail website, the same company which offers around- the-world trips to all UNESCO World Heritage Sites, is the most expensive Valentine’s Day dinner in the world. To impress your Valentine this year the dinner will bring on the same plate Almus white caviar, Amethyst Bamboo salt, and a Michelin-starred chef.
The £61,000 ($99,300 USD) aphrodisiac-infused culinary experience will be prepared by Michelin starred Great British Chef Adam Simmonds at the customer’s home.
“The most romantic Valentine’s Dinner Ever” is an eight-course meal including exquisite dishes such as Native Oysters, with Almus White Caviar (a symbol of fertility), Confit Foie Gras and Smoked Eel, Rissotto with Carabineros Prawns, Saffron (believed in the Middle East to be alluring to women) and Gold Leaf, Wagyu Beef, Fermented Celeriac, Hops and Silver Leaf. The finale of the meal is Vanilla and Smoked Chocolate with Kopi Luwak (coffee increases the pleasure sensors in the
brain) Ice Cream.
An exceptional menu should be accompanied by exceptional wine. For each dish, the organizers has carefully selected some of the rarest and most beautiful wines and Champagne, suitable for this romantic occasion. From the most sought after of estates, a 1990 La Romanee-Conti, Domain de la Romanee-Conti (£17,000) will accompany the decadent risotto, and a very special 1959 Salon Blanc de Blancs (£3,600) will be served with the oysters, complete with South Sea pearls. The deadline for purchasing this dinner is February 11th 2014.
Take a look at the key ingredient prices of the dinner:
Almus White Caviar – £3,000
Pata Negra Iberico jambon de Bellotta – £180
Spring white truffle – £1,000
Blue Fin Tuna – £120
Goose Foie Gras – £120
English Saffron – £200
Carabineros Prawns – £120
Gold Leaf – £2000
Silver Leaf – £800
Wagyu Beef – £200
Truffled Brillat Savarin – £80
Perigord Truffle – £500
Mast Brothers Ltd Reserve Vanilla and Smoked Chocolate – £150
Kopi Luwak coffee – £350
Amethyst Bamboo salt – £2000
Flora Danica China – £2400
South Sea Pearls – £6000
Dry Ice – £200
Wines from Corney & Barrow:
Salon Blanc de Blancs, 1959 – Bottle – £3,600
Salon Blanc de Blancs, 1976 – Magnum – £3,000
Le Montrachet, Domaine de la Romanee-Conti, 1991 – Bottle – £4,000
Chateau D’Yquem, 1975 – Bottle – £400
La Romanee-Conti, Domaine de la Romanee- Conti, 1990 – Bottle – £17,000
Chateauneuf-du-Pape, Chateau Rayas, 1990 – Bottle – £1,200
Ermitage, Vin de Paille, M.Chapoutier, 1997 – Half Bottle – £100
Quinta do Noval, Nacional, 1966 – Bottle – £1,400.