FOOD & DRINK
A super expensive coffee returns to Dubai
Words by Nathan Irvine
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Spilling the beans
One of the world's most expensive coffee beans is set to return to Dubai for a limited time only. Jamaica Blue Mountain coffee (not to be confused with the coffee shop chain of a similar name) will be back in stock at Mokha 1450.
The rare coffee is in high demand and low supply, which drives up the price. It has a perfectly smooth finish with almost zero bitterness of your usual high street blends.
And thankfully, the acclaimed boutique coffee shop has managed to get its hands on some. Mokha 1450 is offering discounts on a number of different brews using the coffee beans between August 20 and 27.
The talented baristas at Mokha 1450 will whip you up an espresso-based coffee from AED 42 or various brewed numbers between AED 53 and a cool AED 150. Take a friend and you can grab a two-for-one on any of them.
If you fancy grabbing Jamaica Blue Mountain beans to use at your leisure, then you can buy a 250g bag for AED 263.50. Just don't ruin it with tonnes of sugar and milk, OK?
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