World's most expensive hot dog soaked with $2,000 cognac
The history of a hot dog is difficult to trace, but origins take us back to the 13th century, when it was served mainly as a sausage during royal coronations. Considering those yesterday years, it certainly has come a long way as one of the most popular mid-day meals/snacks consumed worldwide. Like most other food items, this too landed in the hands of luxury food chefs, who prepared special editions like the Serendipity 3 hotdog, pegged last year as the most expensive hotdog. To beat that record, DougieDog has created one, only to infuse with a $2000 cognac, which is 100 years old in maturity, and the current holder of the record for the world’s most expensive hotdog.
Taking the simplicity out of the popular snack, DougieDog from Vancouver has added some of the finest selected ingredients around. The most of the many is the 100-year Louis XIII cognac which comes with a notable price tag of $2,000 per bottle. Without being culinary experts, we can certainly vouch for the unique taste and flavoring it would add to the palette, something which should please the discerning rich snacker. Apart from this, there is the Kobe beef seared with olive and truffle oil, fresh lobster, and also some of the outlet’s Picante sauce, which also is highly secretive to the outlet. When you are selling something as unique as this, and that too with a mentionable price tag, some things is better kept secret; we could pin our money on Dougie Luv who happens to be the main inspiration for this snack. Now that the news is out, we are just keen on waiting and watching as to which rich fella out there would be seen gorging on it!