The taste is described as hard, crisp, and sweet. An average melon sells for about $200 but a 17 pound black watermelon sold at auction for $6,100. 4. Yubari king melons - $22,872. Yubari king melons are the most expensive melons in the world, prized for their sweetness and proportions and only grown in the Japanese city of Yubari.
I asked John Magazino of Primizie Fine Foods, one of the leading truffle importers in the country, if he was noticing any decrease in demand. "If anything, there's more," he told me, adding that the global appetite for white truffles, especially the ones from around Alba, Italy, has utterly outstripped the harvest.
And what’s the pinnacle of the Ferrari market? Why it’s the the 1963 Ferrari 250 GTO. How much might a ’63 GTO fetch. Well, one has just sold for $52 million. The car, covered in the ever-so-appropriate Competition Red paint, was owned by Greenwich, Connecticut-based collector Paul Pappalardo and sold to an unidentified buyer, Bloomberg reports.
The Card Players - $275 million The Card Players is one of the five series of oil paintings created by French-Post Impressionist, Paul Cézanne in the 1890s. One of the paintings from the collection sold to the Royal Family of Qatar in 2011 for nearly $300 million.
2. Villa Leopolda ($506 million) Villa Leopolda was built for the French King Leopold. It is a 27 storey mansion and is the most expensive house in France. It has a private beach in front of the French riviera. Truly paradisaical! It is absolutely worth the prica( $ Two Hundred million!) and is also the most expensive house in the Europe.
India’s richest man, Mukesh Ambani moves in his $1 billion abode. Dubbed Antilia, it is located at Altamount Road, South Mumbai, India and spreads over 400,000 square foot. Listed as the fourth richest man in the world, Mukesh Ambani will move in the world’s most expensive house with his wife Nita, their three children and his mother.
The most expensive coffee in the world, also called civet coffee or poop coffee, is found in the bowel movement of the Asian palm civet. The method used to produce the coffee beans is controversial due to the cruel conditions the producing animals are kept in.
Ruby Roman grapes sold for 1.1million Yen T he bunch was the very first of the season and contained about 30 grapes, each slightly smaller than a ping pong ball, and each weighing at least 20 grams. Ruby Roman grapes have been under development for 14 years in a government-led project.