Top 5 Most Expensive Coffees In The World

There is no better drink to start the morning than a cup of coffee. Hot, intoxicating, sweet, temptating…coffee comes in many forms and vary in brands and tastes. This popular and warm beverage plays an important role in many societies. But did you know which is the most expensive coffee in the world? It’s called Kopi Luwak and all coffee lovers wanna try it, but when they hear how this coffee is made, many with disgust give up on the idea. We present you the Top 5 most expensive and rare coffees in the world!

Expensive and rare coffee brands

Kopi Luwak

Kopi Luwak

Kopi Luwak is the most expensive coffee in the world and grows only Sumatra Island, Indonesia. The word “Kopi” on Indonesian means coffee and “Luwak” is a wild animal which eats red coffee cherries. The most interesting part is that Luwak can’t digest the inner beans of these fruit, so it excrete them. The excretion is covered with flesh of the cherries and becomes a supply of beans for this luxurious coffee. The grains are gathered and processed and they made the most expensive coffee on the world with rich and strong aroma. Kopi Luwak is available in Japan and United States, and can cost you from $120 to $600.

La Esmeralda

La Esmeralda

This is the second most expensive coffee brand in the world and is also very hard to find. Known as “Esmeralda Special” this is amazing coffee with amazing price – $104 per 500 grams! This quality coffee taste incredible because of the intense selection which is important for amazing coffee. This coffee also comes from a unique farm where grows under the shades of old guava tree.

St. Helena Coffee

St. Helena Coffee

This coffee comes in a green been shape from a small island called St. Helena. It’s unique because it’s the only kind of been to be known to be Green Tipped Bourbon Arabica – which is a delicate and sensitive bean. The outstanding aroma (caramel and citrus) of the coffee makes the drinking of this coffee a real pleasure for the true coffee connoisseurs. St. Helena Coffee costs $79 per 500 grams.

Fazenda Santa Ines Coffee

Fazenda Santa Ines Coffee

Fazenda Santa Ines coffee costs $50 per 500 grams and comes from Minas Gerais in Brazil. Fazenda Santa Ines is very famous Brazilian farm. They pick the coffee by hand and their coffee is world famous for its taste and quality. Fazenda Santa Ines coffee has incredible taste of caramel and yellow cherry flavor.

Blue Mountain Coffee

Blue Mountain Coffee

This famous coffee grows on the stunning Jamaica Island’s hills known as the Blue Mountains. With its mild flavor which lacks bitterness this is the probably the finest coffee in the world and it costs $49 per 500 grams – but definitely worth it.

 

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