Coffee Made from Elephant's Gut

Canada Blake Dinkin spent $300,000 to create this special reproduce of java. In the lavish mountains of north Thailand, a herd of 20 monsters is removing some of the most expensive java. Trumpeted as natural in flavor and sleek on the flavor, the unique new produce is made from legumes consumed by Indian monsters and picked a day later from their dung. A gut response inside the hippo makes what its creator calls the coffee's unique flavor.

Stomach switching or unusually attractive, this is not just one of the most uncommon specialised coffee bean. At $1,100 per kg ($500 per pound), it's also among the more costly.

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