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The World’s Most Expensive Christmas Dinner & Most Decadent Christmas Hamper

Dec 20, 2016 | Home Decor

These offerings give a new meaning to the term ‘holiday indulgence.’ $200,000 for a Christmas dinner for four; and, a Christmas Hamper selling at $134,000!

The chef did donate 80% of his fee to the charities Cancer Research U.K. and Hospitality Action. And, if the hamper sells a donation will be made to The Prince’s Trust charity.

$200,000 Christmas Menu: Core Ingredients

In 2012, London Chef Ben Spalding, at the time head chef at John Salt, created “the most expensive Christmas dinner in the world.” It set four diners back an eye-popping $200,450!

Highlights included: The world’s most expensive melon – the $4,000 Yubari King from China, Almas caviar, a $5,603 whole white truffle and saffron, a $59,200 bottle of 1907 Piper-Heidsieck Champagne that dates back before the First World War, 150 year old balsamic vinegar, gold leaf and Wagyu beef heart.

Here’s the list of core ingredients…

$134,648 Christmas Hamper. Available Now!

You can purchase this Christmas Hamper online, from the same organization who sold the 2012 most expensive dinner… “luxury products & experiences” website

Hghlights include: Golden Almas Iranian Caviar, Rougie Bloc of Goose Foie Gras with Truffles, Long Clawson Blue Stilton, Joselito Gran Reserva Ham, a Christmas Cake and Carved Angel Christmas Pudding. An exclusive lineup of collectors alcohol including Moet Chandon Dom Perignon 1961 ‘Charles & Diana’ Magnum. There are also accessories including Versace Champagne Flutes and Mother of Pearl Caviar Serving Dishes and Spoons.

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