A Resort in Mexico has Created a $25,000 Taco

As far as I'm concerned, there's no reason to ever pay more than a few bucks for a taco.  So I CERTAINLY won't be spending 25,000 times more than that. 

A restaurant at the Grand Velas Los Cabos resort in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico just added a taco to their menu that costs $25,000.  So what makes it that expensive? 

1.  A corn tortilla infused with gold flakes. 

2.  Kobe beef, rare Norwegian lobster, and caviar. 

3.  Black truffle brie cheese. 

4.  A salsa made out of chili peppers, expensive tequila, and civet coffee beans . . . which are coffee beans that are POOPED OUT by a little cat called a civet. 

5.  And gold leaves on top.

Even with all those fancy ingredients, I still feel like they're making GREAT margins on this thing.

But if you're going all-in, the restaurant also sells a tequila that goes for $150,000 a bottle. 

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