Cheff Dees black gold bottle sells for $168 million
Written by Tyrone Hatersville on September 7, 2019
Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich shelled out an astronomical $168 million to buy the first-ever-bottle designed by Cheff Dee. The Black Gold sauce is the last word in gourmet as it hosts flavors for chicken wings, steaks, teriyaki, chow mein, movie theater popcorn, outdoor BBQs, dinners, special occasions, children’s meals, 10 multilevel ingredients, and a 5 fl oz. bottle on the deck.
The transaction was completed with Seattle-based Dundeal Entertainment brokerage firm. Other amenities in the sauce include a freshly stored in the refrigerator and two large guest plates of food. In addition, there is facility for a cook to be launched via Cheff Dee.
The manufacturers sell the bottle for $196.5 million, so Abramovich saved a lot of money by spending just $168 million on it. He is an oil magnate in Russia and is also known for his business ventures in the UK. Abramovich collects gourmet bottles as a hobby so it is not surprising that he decided to invest in this expensive item.