Decadent treats come and go, but in the case of the Decadeance D’Or cupcake, it only comes when someone wants to spend $750 on their dessert. The Decadeance D’Or cupcake is available at the Sweet Surrender candy and cupcake shop in the Palazzo Resort on the Las Vegas strip, and it is probably one of the most luxurious and extravagant desserts we’ve seen so far.
First of all, the Decadeance D’Or cupcake is made from 100-year-old Louis XIII de Remy Martin Cognac, as well as Palmira Single Estate Chocolate (from the rare Porcelain Crillo bean) and Tahita Gold Vanilla Caviar which, according to The Luxury Insider, is the most labour-intensive agricultural crop on the planet. The Decadeance D’Or is also topped off with edible gold flakes—naturally.
The best part about cupcakes is eating them. The second best part is driving around in one. Oh wait, you can’t do that with most cupcakes, but you sure can in the Cupcake Car!
Produced by Neiman Marcus and designed by Lisa Pongrace (who created them originally for Burning Man), the Cupcake Car looks too good to drive. This road-worthy confection runs on an electric motor and is probably the most ridiculous thing ever. With a top speed of only 7 mph, there is no need to fret getting a speeding ticket.