Japan Creates Costliest Ice-Cream In The World, At Rs 5.2 Lakh

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Japan Creates Costliest Ice-Cream In The World, At Rs 5.2 Lakh

| Updated: May 19, 2023 19:28

The Japanese ice cream company Cellato recently launched the most expensive ice cream in the world. The ice cream comes with a price tag of Rs.5.2 lakhs and had used rare ingredients which grabbed the Guinness World Records title for Japan.

Byakuya, the company’s delightful signature treat, has an astonishing price tag of 873,400 Japanese yen which is almost INR 5 lakhs. The dish is so expensive because of the rare raw materials used. The White Truffle from Alba, Italy costs  2 million Japanese yen which is around INR 11 Lakhs along with the unique elements like Parmigiano Reggiano and sake lees.

Cellato’s objective went beyond merely making the most costly ice cream. In order to create ice cream, they intended to combine components from Europe and Japan. Cellato appointed Tadayoshi Yamada, the head chef of RiVi, an Osaka eatery renowned for its creative fusion cuisine, to create this delicacy.

The Guinness World Records team was unable to savour this treat. However, the Cellato staff members who took part in the tasting session reported that it has a deep flavour and texture. 

Despite setting a record, Cellato is not content to sit back and celebrate. They have plans to introduce products that combine other premium components, such as Champagne and caviar.

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