Beverly Hills ATM Serves Caviar

Whenever you’re hungry, you can always come to your friendly neighborhood vending machine and get a quick snack or a cool drink. But if you’re in the high-end neighborhood of Beverly Hills, this special caviar vending machine will not only satisfy your hunger, but will also fulfill your expensive cravings.

Beverly Hills Caviar, among the most renowned establishments that cater to those with refined tastes, has installed three caviar vending machines in shopping centers throughout Los Angeles. According to the company, these ATMs are called “caviar boutiques” as they sell products ranging from fish roe, escargot or snail, bottarga or Mediterranean caviar, truffles, as well as gourmet salts and caviar-related accessories.

Among the most expensive offerings of the caviar boutique is the Imperial River Beluga Caviar, which you can buy for a whopping $500 an ounce. They say that this variety of fish egg is also known as “white beluga” and is very rare; hence, the hefty price tag! If that’s a little too steep for you, you  can instead opt to purchase a small Mother of Pearl spoon for $4.00, which is perfect for sampling and serving those costly delicacies.

The idea of these caviar ATMs is to give businessmen and caviar connoisseurs fine foods with high quality and excellent taste, without having to step into a restaurant. How’s that for a pricey gourmet meal when you’re on your way to your next board meeting?

The machines accept cash as well as credit cards and debit cards. At any time, each caviar ATM can carry as much as $50,000 worth of delicious merchandise.

For more unique vending machines, you may want to check out the world’s first pizza vending machine, a vending machine that dispenses plates and saucers, and a Coca-cola machine that makes you dance before you get your soda.

Via Geekologie

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