Key West is a hot vacation spot for many and it’s where Jimmy Buffett famously laid down his roots many years ago. This Florida city also boasts some noteworthy food spots, like Doozee Ice Cream Shop. This scoop shop is a bespoke store that lets customers create their very own special concoctions.
But what they're most known for is their claim to serve the world’s most expensive ice cream bar.
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What exactly is a "bespoke” ice cream bar?
A bespoke ice cream bar is one where you can create any combination of flavors and toppings. At Doozee, that includes cereal, sprinkles, chocolate, and more. This customization is a fun treat for customers, especially with Doozee’s wide range of options. They say there are over five million possible combinations, which means there’s something for everyone.
The world's most expensive ice cream bar
If you’re looking for a one-of-a-kind treat and to blow your paycheck during your Key West vacation, then how about a $250 ice cream bar? No, we aren’t kidding!
At Doozee, you can get “the world’s most expensive ice cream bar.” This luxury vanilla bar is dipped in a premium chocolate coating before it’s covered in To'ak chocolate (the rarest and most expensive chocolate in the world) using a Hermes spoon. Talk about an elegant presentation! The final touches include gold flakes and sugar diamonds. Sounds yummy… but for $250?
Is the price worth it?
Absolutely not, but if you’ve got the money to spend and are willing to pay for this exclusive treat, then why not? These $250 ice cream bars are more about experience than flavor, especially since gold flakes offer no taste.
For the rest of us, we'll keep stocking our freezers with something more mundane like ice cream from Costco or Haagen-Dazs ice cream bars if we're feeling fancy.
The store’s aptly named – Doozee – thanks to its “doozy” of a price on their luxury ice cream bar. If you’re near Key West, then it might be worth a visit to grab some froyo or a custom creation. And if you do decide to dish out $250 for the bar, then let us know what you think!
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