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Mix of cocoa, milk and gold, served with diamonds - New York desert

A New York eatery is offering a dessert bulging with top-grade cocoa, edible gold and shavings of a luxury truffle for only US$25,000 (EUR17,000).

The Frrrozen Haute Chocolate was declared the most expensive dessert in the world on Wednesday by the Guinness World Records.

The dessert is a frozen, slushy mix of cocoas from 14 countries, milk and 5 grams of 24-carat gold topped with whipped cream and shavings from a La Madeline au Truffle.

It is served in a goblet with a band of gold decorated with 1 carat of diamonds and served with a golden spoon diners can take home.

The dessert was created by Serendipty 3, a restaurant popular with tourists and once featured in a John Cusack movie.

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