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elephant_coffeeYes folks, you heard right. For those who thought civet coffee was a delicacy, you haven’t seen anything yet. Apparently, the Maldives and Thailand have started serving coffee that comes straight from the elephant’s excretions. Of course, this coffee is thoroughly washed and properly treated to make it safe for human consumption, but nonetheless, it is elephant poop coffee.

Known as Black Ivory beans, these can be bought by the kilo for the very reasonable price of just $1 100. It’s no joke. Pay almost R9000 for a kilo of coffee and you’ll get it straight from the elephant’s digestive system. So what’s the lure? Well, just as in civet coffee, the beans break down somewhat in the elephant’s digestive system and this takes away some of their bitterness.

Afterwards, the coffee beans are processed to ensure they are safe for human consumption, and go from roasting to your cup (if you’re lucky enough to be able to afford it). And how does it taste? Apparently like earthy chocolate mixed with berries and spices.


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