We tried a $450 Kobe steak to see if it's worth the money
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We tried a $450 Kobe steak to see if it's worth the money
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We tried a $450 Kobe steak to see if it's worth the money

This is the best Kobe steak ever imported to the United States. It costs $450 for 13 ounces and if it was sold in a restaurant it would cost $900. That's about $90 a bite. That's because It's an A5 Kobe steak with a BMS of 12. In the Japanese beef rating system BMS stands for Beef Marble Score. The BMS scale ranges from 3 to 12, with 3 being a normal amount marbling. The highest rating is 12. Over the last 10 years, just five BMS 12 beef loin sets have been imported into the U.S.
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Mon, Dec 14 20202:09 PM EST