Armani Hotel Dubai introduced a similar gold-sprinkled coffee last year
One of the world’s most luxurious hotels is offering guests the chance to indulge in a cappuccino sprinkled with 24-carat gold flakes, at the price of $23 (AED 85).
Dubai’s celebrated hotel Burj Al Arab introduced The Ultimate Gold Cappuccino served at its Sahn Eddar lounge, which is located within the hotel’s atrium, from 8am to 11pm.
The coffee is made using 100% Arabica beans, mixed with foamed milk that is then blended with 24-carat gold. The drink boasts the hotel’s iconic sail-shaped design, and is served alongside a Grand Cru Guanaja, a chocolate marshmallow also sprinkled with gold.
Last year, Armani Hotel Dubai in The Burj Khalifa introduced a gold cappuccino adorned with 23 carat gold flakes and served alongside dark chocolate for $20 (AED75). It continues to be available at the hotel’s Armani/Lounge on Lobby Level.
Dubai is known for serving gold-infused products including tea, apple juice, cupcakes and whipped cream.
Burj Al Arab, managed by Jumeirah Group, is architecturally designed to resemble a billowing sail and stands at a height of 321 meters. It opened in 1999 it has since become one of the world’s most photographed structures. It boasts 202 lavish, suite-only accommodation.
Jumeirah Group, a member of Dubai Holding, operates and manages 15 properties in the Middle East including five properties in Europe and two in Asia, with 18 properties currently under construction around the globe.
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