1. Luwak Coffee, Indonesia: $160 per pound
Luwak coffee is coming from Indonesia.Luwak coffee is produced from coffee beans that have been eaten and passed through the digestive system of animals called mongoose (civet). This coffee is originally coming from Lampung in Sumatra island. This coffee is has been famous fame until overseas. Even in the United States, there is a cafe or coffee shop that sells the mongoose (civet coffee) at a price which is quite expensive . This coffee can be bought for $160 per pound.
2. Hacienda La Esmeralda, Boquete, Panama : $ 104 per pound
Hacienda La Esmeralda’s Geisha grown in Boquete, Panama is a popular worldwide because of taste. This is mostly cultivated in the shade of old guava tree.
3. St. Helena Coffee : $ 79 per pound
St. Helena Island, 1200 miles off the coast of Africa is a breeding ground for St Helena Coffee. It owes its popularity is now at the Napoleon Bonaparte who praised the coffee sow his seed on the island of St. Helena.
4. El Injerto – Huehuetenango, Guatemala: $50 per pound
El Injerto is a coffee that cultivate in the Huehuetenango region in Guatemala. It’s one of the most favorite coffee in the world. It’s proven because it become the first ranked in the 2006 cup of excellence.
5. Fazenda Santa Ines, Minas Gerais, Brazil : $ 50 per pound
Fazenda Santa Ines coffee from Minas Gerais in Brazil is a high rated coffee in the cup of excellence in 2006. This coffee was bought by a famous cafe in Canada and two cafes in Australia.
6. Blue Mountain Coffee, Wallenford Estate, Jamaica: $49 per pound
Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee is coffee variety that grown in the blue mountain in Jamaica. The blue mountain coffee is famous for its mild flavour and lack of bitterness. The coffee become the most expensive and seeked for for the last decades. Japanese love this coffee so much that over 80% of the Jamaican Blue Coffee is exported to Japan.
7. Los Planes Coffee, Citala, El Salvador: $40 per pound
Los Planes coffee is the best commercially grown coffee in El Salvador that ranked 2nd in the cup of excellence of 2006 with the score of 93.52 of 100. This coffee become the most favorite plant on the Citala area in El Salvador.
8. Hawaiian Kona Coffee: $34 per pound
Kona coffee is a market name for the coffee that cultivated on the slopes area of the Hualapai and Mauna Loa located in the south and north Kona districts of the Big Island of Hawaii. This coffee is very popular and have a good reputation from the coffee lover. The unique climate and soil of Kona form the unique and special taste of the coffee
9. Starbucks Rwanda Blue Bourbon, Gatare/Karengera, Rwanda: $24 per pound
In 2004, This coffee bean was found by Starbucks in Gatare and Karengera on the visit to the washing station in Rwanda. From that time, the farmers mainly cultivate Rwanda Bourbon coffee beans as main crop.
10. Coffee Yauco Selecto AA, Puerto Rico: $24 per pound
This coffee is cultivated in the Yauco Area in Puerto Rico. It’s the southwestern mountains of Puerto Rico. The Coffee is famous for the excellence taste throughout the world. The coffee has a mild flavor. This coffee can be enjoyed for a price of $24 per pound.