Ten Most Expensive Coffees In The World

Fazenda Santa Ines (Minas Gerais, Brazil) – $50/lb

This coffee product is relatively exclusive to Minas Geraiz in Brazil where it is grown, bred, and cultivated. The coffee is still grown in a traditional manner. No automated process whatsoever is involved. Thanks to the ongoing Olympics, this brand of coffee stands a chance of being more popular.

El Injerto (Huehuetenango, Guatemala) – $50/lb

The El Injerto coffee originated from the Huehuetenango, Guatemala territory. The brand in 2006 reportedly took home the cup of excellence grand price in 2006.

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