Asian luxury item, right here. Treasured swiftlet nests (translated to "swallow" in Chinese) are made from saliva, but don't knock it yet. Considered "caviar of the east," some nests are sold $10,000 per kilogram. A bowl in a Shanghai restaurant goes up to hundreds of dollars. Known as an elixir of youth, these six bottles claim to keep skin young. This jelly-like sweet delicacy is worth a sip. After all, people have risked their lives to retrieve these nests from caves. You're hardly risking your life to try it.
Ingredients: Water, rock sugar, dry bird's nest, and gellan gum (as stabilizer).