Coffee is a comfort drink for most. From Espresso to Latte, and Cappuccino, we have a variety of coffees that not only taste heavenly but also give you that extra boost of energy. Little did we know that we will ever come across something like Elephant Dung Coffee. Yeah, no matter how disgusting its name sounds, people around the world are going crazy for it. Don't be surprised, after all, it is the world's most expensive coffee. 

Yes, you read that right. A bizarre variant of coffee has now come into the picture that can cost you over 3500 per serving. What's weird about it is that the coffee is extracted from elephant poop. What's more flabbergasting is that people are actually having this luxurious coffee that will cost you Rs 1,49,904 per kilogram. The reason why everyone is drooling over it is the unusual nutty flavour that coffee promises. 

Aren't you curious enough to find out how Elephant Dung Coffee is made? If yes, then bear with us. 

How Elephant Dung Coffee is Prepared?

Firstly, raw coffee beans are handpicked and sun-dried. Then, they are mixed with rice, bananas, and fruit water. This complete meal is served to elephants. These coffee beans ferment inside the elephant's tummy. When they defecate, fermented coffee beans are manually extracted. Then they are cleaned and processed. Elephant Dung Coffee boasts its unique earthy and nutty flavours. Its expensive indulgence can surely be going to offer you a lifetime experience.

World-famous Black Ivory Coffee Co. Ltd produces Elephant Dung Coffee in a small province of Surin, Thailand. This rarest coffee that's refined by elephants does not pose any negative impact on the animal's health, says the Golden Triangle Asian Elephant Foundation in Chiang Saen. 

So, what do you think? Would you like to indulge in Elephant Dung Coffee and is it worth the hype and the price?