There are a lot of expensive cocktails in the world, but there are none that use the not-so-secret ingredient that makes New York's Tini Ristorante's Truffletini so special. That ingredient, of course, is white truffle. The drink consists of Stoli peach and orange, Grand Marnier, and mango juice, shaken and then topped with a generous amount of white truffles shavings. The restaurant serves a small $95 version and a large $165 version, which comes in a 3-foot tall, 74-ounce glass that probably looks impressive but is difficult to drink from. Daniel, from NY Mag's Grub Street described it as tasting like " a creamsicle that's been rubbed down with garlic."
Yum - but I'll pass, all the same.