Armani Hotel Dubai serves up $20 gold cappuccino

The drink features real gold flakes

The hotel's gold cappuccino.
The hotel's gold cappuccino.

The Armani Hotel Dubai is now serving a cappuccino that is sprinkled with real 23-carat gold flakes.

The drink, mixed with a blend of Arabica coffee beans and served alongside dark chocolate, costs US$20 (AED75).

It is available at the hotel’s Armani/Lounge on the lobby level of the property, between 3pm and 6pm every day. 

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