A fish farmer in Austria is offering a caviar dish that he says is worth $114,000 per kilo.
The white caviar “Strottarga Bianco” concoction includes rare albino sturgeon dried roe sprinkled with gold leaf, according to the website for Walter Gruell’s fish farm. The dish is only available on customer order.
“It is certainly not a product for everyone, but there is definitely a market for extremely exclusive products especially when they are something new,” said Gruell’s son Patrick, who helped develop the caviar, according to Yahoo News.
According to the Guinness World Records, the most expensive food on record is also a caviar: Almas, from the Iranian Beluga fish, sells for roughly $35,000 per kilogram.
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