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Most Expensive Coffees in the World

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If you want to truly impress (or disgust, considering the “all-natural” processing of the Kopi Luwak) the coffee-lovers in your life, consider purchasing a pound of one of the world’s most expensive coffee beans for them.

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Hacienda la Esmeralda Geisha – $140 per pound Report Abuse
This Panamanian coffee is renowned for its floral flavor.
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Kopi Luwak – between $100-200 per pound Report Abuse
Kopi Lowak is made from the beans of coffee berries that have passed through the digestive system of an Asian Palm Civet.
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Ospina Bambuco – Colombia – $30 per pound Report Abuse
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Ospina Gran Café – Colombia – $140 per pound Report Abuse
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El Injerto – Guatemala – $55 per pound Report Abuse
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Fazenda Santa Ines – Brazil – $50 per pound Report Abuse
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Los Planes – El Salvador – $40 per pound Report Abuse
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Hawaiian Kona – Hawaii – $42 per pound Report Abuse
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Kona Joe Coffee Kainaliu – Hawaii – $37 per pound Report Abuse
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Norlan Daniel Matute – Nicaraguan -- $36 per pound Report Abuse
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La Suiza – El Salvador – $28 per pound Report Abuse
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Starbucks Blue Bourbon – Rwanda – $25 per pound Report Abuse
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Yauco Selecto AA – Puerto Rico – $25 per pound Report Abuse
This mild coffee truly rivals some of the more expensive varieties on the list.
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Tatuai – Honduras – $22 per pound Report Abuse
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Organic Sumatra – Indonesia – $22 per pound Report Abuse
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Fazenda Sao Benedito – Brazil – $21 per pound Report Abuse
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Yemen Moka – Yemen – $21 per pound Report Abuse
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Café Femenino – Brazil – $20 per pound Report Abuse
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Island of St. Helena – $79 per pound Report Abuse
These beans are grown on the South Atlantic island Napoleon Bonaparte was exiled to in 1915.
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Jamaican Blue Mountain – $60 per pound Report Abuse
This coffee is grown only in the Blue Mountains of Jamaica, which are among the highest peaks in the Caribbean.
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