Famously tagged as the “kitchen’s diamond”, truffles are one of the most sought-after weapons of best chefs. These are widely popular in Spanish, Middle Eastern, Italian, Greek, Georgia and French cuisine added to global haute cuisine. A member of fungi family, truffles usually command plush price tags given their unpredictable growth pattern.
According to experts, despite several attempts to farm this particular fungus, truffle growth could hardly be predicted. White truffles are more expensive and rarer than the black counterparts. Italy grows the maximum volume of white truffle and Croatia is a close second. Here is a list of the most expensive truffles in the world.