The World's Most Expensive Coffee is Naturally "Refined" by Elephants
Black Ivory Coffee is created through a peculiar process where hand selected Thai Arabica coffee beans are naturally refined by street rescued Thai elephants. It takes approximately 33 kilograms of coffee cherries to produce 1 kilogram of Black Ivory Coffee and 8% of the sales are donated to the Golden Triangle Asian Elephant Foundation. The 2015 production is limited to 150 kilograms. The exclusivity and the price tag make this one of the most expensive coffees, closely followed by Kopi Luwak.