With notes of chocolate, malt, spice, a hint of grass and without the burnt or bitter taste of regular coffee, Black Ivory Coffee will be the most distinctive cup you will ever have tried, even if you are not a coffee expert!
Your purchase of Black Ivory Coffee will support The Golden Triangle Asian Elephant Foundation as well as the families who care for the elephants.
With a 2023 approximate allocation of 225 kg (495 LBS), Black Ivory Coffee is the world's rarest coffee and is sold primarily to select five star hotels. However we reserve a small portion on our website for private consumption by international consumers.
The mission of Black Ivory Coffee is to take a negative situation, namely human-elephant conflict and turn it into a positive one by creating a luxury product that helps not hurts elephants. It must also taste great, be distinctive and create a lasting, positive and memorable experience for the guest.
We aim to serve Black Ivory Coffee in the finest five star hotels and Michelin restaurants in the world. We also wish to reserve a limited quantity via our website for open minded, adventurous food and drink lovers who appreciate luxury and who wish to make a difference in the lives of elephants in the comfort of their home.
One single package of Black Ivory Coffee. For first-timers who are curious to try the world's rarest coffee naturally refined by elephants. We are confident...View full product details
🐘 WHAT'S IN A NAME. In recognition of our Mahouts who from an early age create a very special bond with their elephant. As part...View full product details
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🐘 WHAT WAS THE MOTIVATION? Black Ivory Coffee only uses the finest 100% Arabica coffee cherries. However, when elephants chew the beans, a significant amount...View full product details
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— ""...oddly alluring, this is not just one of the world's most unusual specialty coffees. At $500 per pound, it's also among the world's priciest. For now, only the wealthy or well-traveled have access to the cuppa, which is called Black Ivory Coffee."
— "I s#&% you not: The world's most expensive coffee is now being produced in Thailand's Golden Triangle, a region better known for another high-priced, if illegal, export: opium."
— "Forget civets. Beans pooped out by elephants make a far tastier cup of joe, claim those in the know"
— "In the lush hills of northern Thailand, a herd of 20 elephants is excreting some of the world's most expensive coffee."
— "But he’s serious about his coffee. "[He] wouldn't spend 10 years and put [his] life savings on this if [he] didn't think it's for real, or [he] thought it was just going to be an overnight gag,""
— "Black Ivory Coffee and its creator Blake Dinkin is keen to stress the community and conservation benefits of this new delicacy, in which rescued street elephants in Chiang Saen, northern Thailand, consume Arabica coffee beans."
— "... the cost per serving of the elephant coffee equals about $50, making the exotic new brew the world's priciest. It takes 33 kilograms of raw coffee cherries to produce 1 kilo of Black Ivory Coffee."