‘Elvish’ honey from Turkey is the most expensive in the world at 5,000 euros (US $6,800) per kilogram. The special honey is extracted from a 1,800-meter deep cave in the Saricayir valley of Artvin city, northeastern Turkey. According to Gunay Gunduz, a local beekeeper, elvish honey is so expensive because it is naturally produced. The mineral-rich cave enhances the honey’s quality, adding to its value. The honey can be used as medicine as well as food.