The world’s most expensive hot dog has landed.

In Melbourne.

At $100 a pop, the creators of the extravagant Haute Dog are expecting a huge demand for the footy fave that is topped with one very special ingredient.

The grass-fed Aussie beef snag is complimented with a French-made Chablis white wine and black Perigold truffle mustard that was first served in Dijon, France in 1747.

It sounds amazing and it will be served this weekend only at the Maille Mustard Mobile stand at the Melbourne Good Food and Wine Show.


Cheaper options are available on the day with prices ranging from $10 to $25.

The mustard used on the snag is only made for five months a year and are air freighted in first class to Australia, then sold at the Maille Mustard Boutique at Mt Eliza.

Be careful though, chief exec Fred Harrison says ”It’s a very distinct flavour. Eat it slowly.”

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