If you're looking for a super spectacular dessert, Langham Chicago’s Pavilion Lounge & Tea Room has whipped up a luxury ice cream sundae that will surely hit the spot—provided you're willing to lay down $1,000 for a taste of true decadence.
The Langham Hotel's sundae has been dubbed 'The Victoria,' and takes inspiration from Queen Victoria herself, who ruled at the time of the hotel's opening in 1865. What makes the dessert to pricey is that is is made from scoops of Tahitian, Madagascar-Bourbon and Mexican vanilla and Guittard Complexite chocolate ice cream, topped with Hennessey VSOP cognac, a handmade chocolate crown and 24-karat gold dust. The Langham Hotel serves its luxury ice cream sundae in a Wedgwood crystal bowl, and to wash it all down, it comes with a bottle of 2003 Dom Perignon.
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