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World's Most Expensive Doughnut

by Sheela Philomena on May 17, 2014 at 3:24 PM
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 World's Most Expensive Doughnut

The world's most expensive doughnut which comes with a whopping price-tag of 1,000 pounds has been unveiled by a UK restaurant.

Krispy Kreme has unveiled their deluxe doughnut to mark National Doughnut Week in Selfridges' Oxford Street store, Metro.co.uk reported.

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The gold doughnut, which was assembled in three days, is filled with Dom Perignon 2002 vintage champagne jelly and raspberry and Chateau d'Yquem creme and is topped with a passion fruit glaze, edible 24ct gold leaf, handmade gold-dusted Belgian white chocolate lotus flowers, blossoms, ivy and butterflies, and edible 'diamonds'.

However, the 1000 pound doughnut is not for sale, but the budget-friendly version is available at the price of 39.95 pounds and the hand-crafted versions contain 24 carat gold leaf and are bejazzled with white chocolate flowers, butterflies and more of those phoney diamonds.

Source: ANI
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