The Cash 4 Gold blog recently detailed a edible gold treat, the famous New York “Grand Golden Opulence Sundae” from the Serendipity store valued at $1,000 per ice cream. The famous sundae is made with luxurious Caribbean cocoa beans, exotic fruits, fresh passion fruits, and of course…gold. The sundae features a 24 karot gold leaf topping. However unique this sundae may be, it is not the only edible gold food. Did you know that gold is completely harmless to the human system when ingested and contains non-allergenic properties? Edible gold is more common than one might think, and it even has its own food additive characterization as E175.
Here’s a list of a few Edible gold treats:
Sake is a traditional wine from Japan. This wine can also be found in the form of “Gold Sake” which is enjoyed by the Japanese people on New Year ’s Eve. Drinking Gold Sake during the time of the New Year is said to bring prosperity and good luck for the coming year.
These cocktail drinks also originate from the city of New York, and are served at the Trump Tower World Bar. Golden flakes are a big part of this tasty drink, and can be enjoyed with no worry.
And finally, what list could be complete without one of the most famous chocolates around? At the price of $504 dollars per 450 grams, the Swiss Delafee’s Gold Chocolate’s take the crown of tasty gold sweets. These chocolates are made with sugar, coconut oil coca butter, milk, vanilla, and 24 karot gold.