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Enjoy the world's most expensive ice cream for Dh220,000.

Summary: You can enjoy unlimited ice cream with the package.

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The world's most expensive ice-cream sundae comes for a whopping $60,000 (Dh220,000 approx) and is made using glacial ice from Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa's tallest peak.

As exotic as it sounds, the sundae is a brainchild of an ice-cream company named Three Twins founded in San Rafael, California.

The exorbitant ice-cream sundae includes a first-class flight to Tanzania, where Three Twins founder, Neal Gottlieb (whom you might recognize from his days as a Survivor contestant), will hand-churn the ice cream for you. Besides, in addition to unlimited ice cream, the package includes swanky accommodation in Tanzania, a guided hike up the mountain and a t-shirt as memento, according to MSN report .

The product description explains that 'the mountain's glaciers are predicted to disappear within the next 10-15 years due to climate change and your purchase helps raise awareness of this fact with a five-figure contribution to an African environmental non-profit'.

Originally, Three Twins offered the 'World's Most Expensive Ice Cream Sundae' which had a banana split topped with syrups from three rare dessert wines, a personal cello performance and a vintage ice cream spoon from the 1850s for $3,333.33. But that was not enough and the company came up with 'The World's More Expensive Most Expensive Ice Cream Sundae' which costs $60,000.

And if you are ready to spend the moolah and indulge in this ice cream, they offer a deal where you can get the package for two for a bargain $85,000!

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Publication:Khaleej Times (Dubai, United Arab Emirates)
Date:Aug 27, 2018
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