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Statistics About The Most Expensive Coffee

The most expensive coffee in the world can cost up to $600 per pound.

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"The world's most expensive coffee At around $600-$700 per pound, it's Black Ivory coffee."

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"Black Ivory coffee is produced from Thai elephants' digestive enzymes."

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"Only 1% of the Black Ivory coffee cherries fed to the elephants get produced as coffee."

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"Black Ivory Coffee has an annual production of approximately 150 kg."

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"St. Helena Coffee is another pricey bean, selling for around $145 per pound."

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"St. Helena Coffee comes from the island of St. Helena in the South Atlantic."

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"Hacienda La Esmeralda (Panama) coffee sells for about $350 per pound."

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"As of 2019, the most expensive coffee ever sold at auction was a variety called "Elida Geisha" that went for $803 per pound."

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"The most expensive Starbucks coffee ever was a $54 Super Venti Flat White."

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"Kopi Luwak, or civet cat coffee, costs around $100-$600 per pound."

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"The process of creating Kopi Luwak involves civet cats eating and subsequently excreting coffee cherries."

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"Vietnam is the biggest producer of Kopi Luwak coffee."

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"Finca El Injerto Coffee sells for about $500 per pound."

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"St. Helena coffee is made from a unique variety of Arabica called Green Tipped Bourbon Arabica"

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"Black Ivory coffee production often takes about 15-30 hours in elephant's digestive system."

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"The priciest cup of Black Ivory coffee goes for about $68 in Thailand."

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"Civet coffee is primarily produced on the Indonesian islands of Sumatra, Java, Bali, Sulawesi, and East Timor."

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"An estimated 500 kilograms of wild Kopi Luwak coffee gets produced annually."

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"Esmerelda Special is a Panamanian coffee that sells for about $350 per pound."

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"Hawaiian Kona Coffee goes for about $34 per pound, making it one of the most expensive in the USA."

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