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World's Most Expensive Macarons Cost Nearly $10K

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Those with a craving for sweets and deep pockets can make their way to the St. Regis Bal Harbour resort in Miami, which has started offering the world's most expensive macarons. For the low, low price of $9,703, customers get a package of macarons served in a crystal box and a one-night stay in the hotel's new Sky Palace Suite, which features 4 bedrooms, butler service, and panorama beach-side balcony views.

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