Recently the Guinness World Records added legendary New York City restaurant, Serendipity 3, to it’s roster for the world’s most expensive milkshake. For $100 US would you can try this luxe milkshake?
Before you indulge, take a moment to admire the sparkles. The shake is served up in a custom glass adorned with over 3000 premium Swarovski crystals. The glass is designed by Kellie DeFries, aka the “Crystal Ninja”.
The ingredients in the smooth and dreamy concoction were selected by Serendipty 3’s Creative Chef, Joe Calderone.
Here’s what he used…
Jersey Cream – Made from cows originally bred in the Channel Islands, which are popular for the high butterfat content
Tahitian Vanilla Ice Cream – Sourced from premium slow-grown, sun-cured vanilla beans.
Devonshire Luxury Clotted Cream – Produced in Devon Cornwall, England, this thick, rich cream is made from heating fine milk until a layer of golden cream forms on the surface.
Madagascar Vanilla Beans – As the most labor intensive to grow, Madagascar Vanilla plants take 1-3 years to produce beans that are intense in flavor.
23K Edible Gold – This pure and edible gold creates a glimmering, golden sparkle when mixed with the other ingredients.
Jersey Whipped Cream – A grass-fed cream, infused with a simple syrup of sugar and vanilla.
Le Cremose Baldizzone (Donkey Caramel Sauce) – This very rare sauce that is sweet and unique in flavor is made from Venezuelan cocoa, Piedmont hazelnuts, fresh Donkey Milk and cane sugar.
Luxardo Gourmet Maraschino Cherries – Produced in Luxardo, Italy, these cherries are dense and chewy with a sweet-tart flavor made with prized sour Marasca cherries and preserved in the fruit’s famed liquor.
GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS is the global authority on record-breaking achievement. First published in 1955, the iconic annual Guinness World Records books have sold over 141 million copies in 21 languages and in more than 100 countries. Additionally, the Guinness World Records: Gamer’s Edition, first published in 2007, has sold more than 4 million copies to date.