Well, a good Cheddar is made to be nibbled on in nature..Such simple tastes boys .
A good cup of hot chocolate.. nice and creamy with a giant bag of crisps is my treat. Or maybe some cheese and olives on oatcakes. Now, no remarks about me being cheap please!! .
Here the cost is around 120 USD for Beluga. a bit less if you have the importer as patient.
My taste is a simple man's taste. I prefer Salmon or Trout caviar. Much cheaper. I pay about 20 USD for a 50 gram jar at Oslo Gardemoen airport.
I can then afford a really, really good Vodka.
Beluga Vodka, made in Siberia. The mid range one is fantastic. Liquid Manna!
Even if it's a food that you normally like, getting it instead of what you were expecting can be a real surprise...Kalles yuk! I bought a tube thinking it was a tube of cream cheese ( not having my glasses on) . Midnight munchy attack= me going into the kitchen in the dark opening the fridge half asleep and deciding to be decadent prepared two rice cakes to take a nice cheesy snack. Before I spread this stuff on them I decided to have a quick mouthful from the tube...... it took a second or two to realise it wasn't cheese and my reaction was an explosion of disgust!!! I was almost sick. I imagine it could have been hilarious for anyone watching, but it was awful! Even the neighbours cat wouldn't touch it the next day. ; ) Sorry..not on my menu. Give me marmite any day!