Elephant coffee: Good to the last dropping?

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Elephant coffee: Good to the last dropping?

Niang Homhuan searches for elephant dung at a camp in Chiang Rai province, northern Thailand. A Canadian entrepreneur with a background in civet coffee has teamed up with a herd of 20 elephants, gourmet roasters and one of the country’s top hotels to produce the Black Ivory Coffee, a new blend from the hills of northern Thailand and the excrement of elephants which ranks among the world’s most expensive cups of coffee.
Coffee beans are picked from elephant dung in Thailand.

Elephant coffee: Good to the last dropping?

Niang Homhuan searches for elephant dung at a camp in Chiang Rai province, northern Thailand. A Canadian entrepreneur with a background in civet coffee has teamed up with a herd of 20 elephants, gourmet roasters and one of the country’s top hotels to produce the Black Ivory Coffee, a new blend from the hills of northern Thailand and the excrement of elephants which ranks among the world’s most expensive cups of coffee.
Coffee beans are picked from elephant dung in Thailand.
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