Coffee is one of the most consumed and loved beverages. Fresh cup of coffee in the morning is like a rescue team, which helps you to get ready for the rest of the day. But while most of us are drinking usual brands, there are exquisite sorts of coffee which cost more than the average salary:
Yauco Selecto AA, Puerto Rico- $24/lb
Cultivated in Puerto Rico this amazing drink has a mild flavor but delicious taste. This is why it is so valued by customers around.
Starbucks Rwanda Blue Bourbon, Gatare/Karengera, Rwanda – $24/lb.
This type of coffee bean can be found only in Gatare and Karengara, Rwanda. Starbucks has introduced this coffee in 2004, while visiting Rwanda’s coffee washing stations. Since then coffee farmers started to grow Blue Bourbon as their main crop product.
Hawaiian Kona Coffee, Hawaii– $34/lb
Cultivated on the Mauna Loa’s and Hualalai’s slopes, this type is known in some districts as Kona. Loved for its mild taste and you can enjoy it for 34$ a pound.
Los Planes, Citala, El Salvador – $40/lb
Grown in El Salvador and has got a second place in Cup of Excellence back in 2006. It is quite expensive, but the taste is worth of it.
Blue Mountain (Wallenford Estate, Jamaica) – $49/lb
This brand has become popular for its mild taste and lack of bitterness. Most of this coffee is being exported to Japan thanks to the reputation it has got through the years.
Fazenda Santa Ines (Minas Gerais, Brazil) – $50/lb
The fazenda where this coffee is grown and cultivated is quite impressive, as it grown still in the traditional way. If you ask about the taste of the beverage, everybody states it has a sweet flavor of berries and caramel.
El Injerto, Huehuetenango, Guatemala – $50/lb.
Back in 2006 it took the first prize of Cup of Excellence. Originally from the Huehuetenango, Guatemala, you can enjoy the cup for just 50 $ a pound.
St. Helena Coffee Company’s Island (St. Helena) – $79/lb
You will find this coffee on St Helena Island, which is located around 1200 miles from the coast of Africa. The popularity of the coffee is all thanks to Napoleon who was the one to praise it and even sowed the seeds by himself.
La Esmeralda, Boquete, Panama– $104/lb
The beans are grown in Panama and people from every corner of the world are enjoying its flavor. It has a really unique taste maybe due to growing under the shades of guava trees.
Luwak Coffee, Indonesia – $160/lb
The number one among the most expensive coffees belongs to Luwak. And not only due to the price tag, but a very unusual means of production. Before the beans are collected, they are eaten by an animal – mongoose. So in order to make this type of brand in particular, the coffee beans have to make its way through digestive system of the animals and then the production can start. You can enjoy the cup of such coffee for just 160$ per pound.
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