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Black Ivory Coffee

For the world’s most expensive coffee, we journey to northern Thailand. Feeding high-end Thai arabica coffee cherries to Asian elephants and harvesting them from their dung, they are then sent to the mill for the most refined processing. At US$1200 per kilogram, the Black Ivory Coffee has overtaken Kopi Luwak as the priciest cuppa ever since its launch in 2012.

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Black Ivory Coffee

For the world’s most expensive coffee, we journey to northern Thailand. Feeding high-end Thai arabica coffee cherries to Asian elephants and harvesting them from their dung, they are then sent to the mill for the most refined processing. At US$1200 per kilogram, the Black Ivory Coffee has overtaken Kopi Luwak as the priciest cuppa ever since its launch in 2012.

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