World’s 5 Most Expensive Coffees

World's 5 Most Expensive Coffees




Most Expensive Coffees Ranked

There are hundreds of different coffees out there in the world ranging in a variety of different prices from cheap to insanely expensive. Not all of us can experience those that go for top dollar but did you ever wonder what the worlds 5 most expensive coffees were? Well, we’ve done a little research for you and have come up with a list of the worlds 5 most expensive coffees in the order of how much they cost.


List of World’s 5 Most Expensive Coffees


Kopi Luwak Coffee # 1

Kopi Luwak

Brand – Kopi Luwak Coffee

LocationIndonesia

Price – $160 per pound

Type of Bean – Arabica

Well, if you know anything about coffee, you probably already know about worlds 5 most expensive coffees. Yes, it’s the Kopi Luwak aka “poop” coffee you’ve more than likely heard people talk about. The reason for Kopi Luwak’s top notch price tag is it’s selection process. The Luwak or as we might know it, as the Civet cat will come out at night and pick the juiciest and the ripest of coffee berries for their meal. Then after they eat it, it goes through their digestive system and then the farmers come out and collect those coffee beans from, you guessed it, the civet cat’s feces and this is the beginning of the process of Kopi Luwak coffee. Reportedly, this “special” treat gives Kopi Luwak coffee a very fruity and definitely unique flavor. You would never imagine that “poop” could be worth $160 per pound. I would advise you to carefully share this article to people you know and trust, we wouldn’t want the civet cat knowing how must it’s “poop” is worth.


 Hacienda La Esmeralda Coffee #2

Hacienda La Esmeralda Coffee

Brand – Hacienda La Esmeralda

Location – Boquete, Panama

Price – $104 per pound

Type of Bean – Geisha

The reason Hacienda La Esmeralda coffee hits the worlds 5 most expensive coffees is because this coffee bean which is actually an Arabica bean is suppose to be the best coffee in all of Panama and has won awards for its flavor for over 6 years and counting. It has a very unique and distinct flavor all of its own. Thankfully there is no help needed by any cat for Hacienda La Esmeralda coffee’s flavoring.




Island of St Helena Coffee Company #3

Island of St Helena Coffee Company

Brand – Island of St Helena Coffee Company

Location – St. Helena, England

Price – $79 per pound

Type of Bean – Green Tipped Bourbon

It was Napoleon Bonaparte that made this coffee (Island of St Helena Coffee Company) one of the worlds 5 most expensive coffees. He loved this coffee so much that he actually sowed seeds in the St. Helena soil himself because he wanted to make sure that he always had his favorite coffee around. This island is about 1,200 miles off the coast of Africa and has a wonderful subtropical climate ideal for growing great coffee. With a history reaching back to Napoleon himself, there’s no surprise that Island of St Helena Coffee Company charges $79 per pound for its coffee.


El Injerto Coffee #4

El Injerto Coffee

Brand – El Injerto Coffee

Location – Huehuetenango, Guatemala

Price – $50 per pound

Type of Bean – Bourbon/Pacamara

El Injerto Coffee made it to our list of worlds 5 most expensive coffees for many reasons. El Injerto coffee won the grand prize back in 2006. It originates from Huehuetenango, Guatemala on a farm that is one of the most famous producers of coffee in the whole world. Their specialty is harvesting Arabica beans like the Bourbon and the Pacamara. The coffee has a wonderful sweet taste with hints of citrus, has a smooth body and is richly acidic. No wonder El Injerto Coffee costs a whopping $50 per pound.


Fazenda Santa Ines Coffee #5

Fazenda Santa Ines Coffee

Brand – Fazenda Santa Ines

Location – Minas Gerais, Brazil

Price – $50 per pound

Type of Bean – Bourbon

The last one on the worlds 5 most expensive coffees would be Fazenda Santa Ines Coffee. Most coffees today are made through an automated process but, Fazenda Santa Ines coffee is still one of the rare coffees that are created in the traditional method in order to minimize any damage to their crops. This coffee is a regular winner in the Cup of Excellence competition and it’s no wonder with it’s wonderful flavor that has hints of sweet berries along with caramel and chocolate flavors. This great tasting coffee will set you back $50 per pound.




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