When you’ve had a late night
partying working, there are few things quite as satisfying as picking up a taco and enjoying that perfect bite of juicy beef and crunchy shell.
If that sounds like your idea of heaven and you have money to burn, you’ll be interested in this decadent Mexican delight.
The Grand Velas Los Cabos has unveiled its newest pricey creation, a taco that costs $25,000 USD (about $33,537 CAD). This culinary indulgence is made with langoustine, Kobe beef, Almas Beluga caviar and black truffle brie cheese, and is topped with a salsa of dried Morita chili peppers, Ley.925 Ultra-Premium Añejo Tequila and civet coffee. The luxurious ingredients are wrapped in a gold flake-infused corn tortilla (with more gold leaf on top to finish the dish).
For an extra $150,000 USD, you can get a white gold-and-platinum bottle of Ley.925 Pasion Azteca Ultra-Premium Añejo Tequila.
When you order the taco-and-tequila combo at Frida, the resort restaurant serving this unique offering, don’t worry about ordering one for your date too: this meal is designed for two people to indulge.
For those who don’t want to spend quite that much on a single meal, the resort, located in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, has several other more cost-effective options for authentic Mexican cuisine at its eight restaurants and various bars on site.
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