World's Most Expensive Coffee is Produced by Elephants

Black Ivory is the world's most expensive coffee where elephants play an important role in giving a very special flavour to it. Created in Thailand, the coffee making system involves feeding of coffee beans to elephants and digestive system of the animal gives a very special flavour to the beans. The beans are tehn collected in the dungs, washed and after labour-intensive process the coffee is created.

  The inventor of Black Ivory is Blake Dinkin from Canada, who spent $300,000 to develop the idea of creating such an expensive coffee. The exotic coffee is available only in luxury hotels in  Thailand, Abu Dhabi and Maldives for a whopping $50 a cup ($1,100 a kilo).

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