It has been just over four years now since a Russian citizen commissioned the most expensive filled chocolate in the world. To reduce the impact of any possible transport damage, the Bavarian confectioner Andreas Eybel
eventually created five copies of the item. The culinary little gems were packaged in 18-karat gold, each decorated with a diamond which, alone, was worth around EUR 300,000. The diamond could be detached from the bottom of the luxury package and worn as a ring. Similarly, at D’Amalfi Limoncello Supreme
, it is the packaging that determines the price of the product, and not the content: each of the two bottles cost EUR 34 million, studded with three 13-carat diamonds and one 18.5-carat diamond.