Most Expensive Coffee In The World: Why You Wouldn't Take It?

Most Expensive Coffee In The World: Why You Wouldn't Take It?


World's most expensice coffee is made by world's most dirtiest method. Actually it is made from a specific red coffee bean which are firstly eaten by Asian Palm Civet. These barries are colleceted fromt he feilds of Phlipines & Indonesia. The Civet cant digest the inner beans which come out in waste.

The dropping are collected, washed & dried under sun. Its said that passing after half of day beans in digestive system of Civet get very uniqu flavor. Most of all the regular drinker swear that it take like chocolate & caramel . Eeek!
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The price of coffee in different region are:
Kopi luwak sells for between US $100 and $600 per pound. In coffee shops around Japan and the US it sells for about $30 a cup. In 2008, a department store in London began selling a blend of Kopi luwak and Blue Mountain called Caffe Raro for £50 (US $99.00) a cup.


Most Expensive Coffee In The World: Why You Wouldn't Take It?

Most Expensive Coffee In The World: Why You Wouldn't Take It?

Most Expensive Coffee In The World: Why You Wouldn't Take It?

Most Expensive Coffee In The World: Why You Wouldn't Take It?

Most Expensive Coffee In The World: Why You Wouldn't Take It?

Most Expensive Coffee In The World: Why You Wouldn't Take It?

Most Expensive Coffee In The World: Why You Wouldn't Take It?

Most Expensive Coffee In The World: Why You Wouldn't Take It?

Most Expensive Coffee In The World: Why You Wouldn't Take It?

Most Expensive Coffee In The World: Why You Wouldn't Take It?

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