Mexico Resort Introduces ‘World’s Most Expensive Popsicle’

Talk about cold, hard cash.

Marquis Los Cabos resort in Mexico has introduced the crown jewel of summer treats -- a frozen tequila lollipop that sells for $1,000.

Heralded as the world’s most expensive popsicle, this cooling indulgence is made with 24 ct. gold flakes and Tequilas Premium Clase Azul Ultra tequila, which retails around $1,500 per bottle.

The icy treat is served alongside Marquis Los Cabos’ infinity pool, with a little sugar on a classic plastic stick. Those on a budget may prefer the more affordable Clase Azul Ultra, which goes for a $500 a shot.


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