The World’s Most Expensive Hot Dog Has Lobster, Truffle Oil and Cognac

By: Peggy Truong / August 7, 2014

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The dog of all dogs has way too many ingredients. But there’s one thing this dog has that other dogs don’t: the Guinness World Records title as the world’s most expensive hot dog.

The feast in a bun can be found all the way in Vancouver, Canada at “modern” dog joint Dougie Dog.

So what’s in the dog?

As listed on the Dougie Dog website, the $100 treat, called the Dragon Dog, is made up of bratwurst, kobe beef, lobster, cognac, truffle oil and various spices.

According to Caters News, the cognac is no ordinary cognac — it’s a vintage bottle of Louis XIII that retails for some $2,000. [via The New York Daily News]

More than 1,000 people have spent hard earned dollars on the Dragon dog, and have “absolutely loved it,” says owner and creator Dougie Luv.

The previous record holder for most expensive hot dog in the world belonged to New York City’s Serendipity 3, which sold the American classic for $69. NBD.

[Lead photo courtesy of Facebook]