Created by Le Dolci bakery, the cupcake is made from an exotic list of curated ingredientsâ€”sea salt from Camargue, France, honey from Rosewood Estates Winery in Ontario, butter from Normandy, Franceâ€”and is topped with 24-karat gold flakes, an edible gold-painted branch and confectionary bubbles made with a "molecular gastronomy" technique.
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"He wanted something special and extreme," bakery owner Lisa Sanguedolce said.
Sanguedolce and her team of bakers worked with the customer for weeks to find ingredients from places the couple had visited, including Italy, Hawaii and France, as well as things they liked, such as Krug Champagne.
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"When his wife saw it, she shriekedâ€”the equivalent of someone unwrapping a pair of Louboutins," she said. "They ate it and said it was delicious."