SAN ANTONIO – The most expensive taco in the world reportedly cost $25,000.
Chef Juan Licerio Alcala put together shrimp, Kobe beef, Almas beluga caviar, black truffle Brie cheese and 24-carat gold flakes.
Even the corn tortilla has flecks of 24-carat gold baked in.
"People are excited and a little surprised about how you can eat a taco for $25,000 (497,000 pesos) when you can find one on the street for 10 pesos,” Chef Alcala told Agence France-Presse.
Even the salsa topping is extravagant -- it’s made with Morita chiles and civet coffee.
Civet coffee is the most expensive coffee in the world and is made from the fermented droppings of a cat-like animal called a civet.
Big spending foodies have to put down a $12,500 deposit for this taco and have to be staying in the presidential suite at the Grand Velas Los Cabos hotel where Chef Alcala works.
The dish is presented in the middle of the desert encircled by motorcycles, or during a marriage proposal, according to Yahoo.