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The World’s Most Expensive Valentine’s Dinner Will Cost You Two Years Income

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For those looking to impress this Valentine’s Day, here’s a dinner that will run you a cool £61,000 (US $99, 594.70). In collaboration with GreatBritishChefs.com, British luxury site VeryFirstTo offers what the Daily Meal claims to be the most expensive Valentine’s Day menu on Earth.

Michelin-starred chef Adam Simmonds (formerly of Danesfield House) created the eight-course menu for “no expense-spared” romantics. The meticulously extravagant menu includes “aphrodisiac-infused” components like Alums white caviar with a price tag of nearly $5000, gold leaf worth more than $3000 and Native South Sea oyster pearls at almost $10,000.

Looking to emphasize the menu’s theme of exclusivity and rarity, Pacific bluefin tuna also make the list — a species many wildlife activists say are as close to extinction as the white rhino. Of course, throughout the dinner, only the most rare and beautiful wines will be poured including a $ 27, 755.90 bottle of 1990 La Romanee-Conti, Domaine de la Romanee-Conti.

Well, pish posh.

Peek the full menu below.

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By Charisma Madarang

Charisma has an undying love for gritty literature and drinks coffee like water. She also hails from Toronto, Canada and is a die-hard Maple Leafs fan, sigh.

7 replies on “The World’s Most Expensive Valentine’s Dinner Will Cost You Two Years Income”

They should be ashamed for serving a nearly-extinct species. These kinds of “luxury” items push the notion that animals in need of protection are rare and therefore valuable to consume. Disgusting.

Pacific bluefin tuna also make the list — a species many wildlife activists say are as close to extinction as the white rhino.

This was taken straight from the article you just “read”.

From Wiki – Unlike the other bluefins (Atlantic and southern),[10][11] the Pacific bluefin tuna is not listed as threatened by the IUCN.[1] Overfishing is occurring in the Pacific bluefin, but overall the stock is not in an overfished condition.[12] I

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