Thursday, 20 October 2016

This Is A,

what is the product? quiz,

 before looking down for the answer examine each picture carefully,

 you may or may not see what they are,

but they are insanely expensive compared to others in their group, 

this is one of them, a potato chip or crisp as some people call them, so what makes these so special? the luxurious black box designed by St. Erik’s contains just five individual potato chips, each made by hand by a chef, using five special Nordic ingredients,  Matsutake mushroom picked from pine forests in northern Sweden, truffle seaweed from the waters around the Faroe Islands, Crown Dill hand-picked on the Bjäre Peninsula, Leksand Onion grown on the outskirt of the small Swedish town of  Leksand and India Pale Ale Wort, the same kind used to make St. Erik’s Pale Ale beer, the potatoes themselves, are also special, they apparently come 'from the potato hillside in Ammarnäs, a steep, stony slope in a south-facing location where almond potatoes are cultivated in very limited numbers, the slope is difficult for modern agricultural machines to access, which means that all potatoes are planted and harvested by hand,' can you afford them? a limited batch of 100 St. Erik’s potato chips went on sale last week, and sold out almost instantly, despite the price of £45.60 or roughly $56 per box, that’s about £9.12 a chip! so if you want what could be the world's most expensive and I guess exclusive potato chip, hope that another batch are made and be quick, and no I am not on commission, but I have to admit I would like to try a few!

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