Water is the most precious liquid on earth. Every living creature needs water to survive. But for the wealthy, ordinary water just won’t quench their thirst. Just like everything else that they wear, touch, ride on, live in, eat and drink, a basic need like water must be something fancy enough such that the rest of the world could not afford to get their hands on.
There have been plenty of designer water out there. Some sourced from the most secluded of locations while others contained in the most exquisite bottles made of precious materials and bedecked with jewels. However, all of them will not match the superiority of the Aurum 79.
At $900,000 per bottle, the Aurum 79 is currently the world’s most expensive bottled water. The bottle alone is crafted from the finest crystal glass and adorned with pure 24-carat gold and embedded with a total of 113 dazzling diamonds.
For the rich, greasy burgers and fries at McDonald’s just won’t work! These stuff are just too lowly and won’t satisfy hunger much more, feed the ego. Here is a list of the most insanely expensive food stuff in the world.
Yubari King Melons
This cantaloupe cultivar is prized for its juicy sweetness and beautiful proportions. To be able to bear that name, melons must be grown in the small Japanese town of Yubari, which only produces a limited number of the fruit each year. A perfectly matched pair can fetch as much as $26,000 during auctions. Regular Yubari melon, on the other hand, can damage you between $50 and $100 in Japanese department stores.
Ohio-based fast food chain Wendy’s is offering more than just regular burgers and fries when it re-opened its Tokyo store. After its almost two-year hiatus in Japan, the fast food chain re-opened this week in the Ometsando district of Tokyo, with new and fancy items on its menu.