It may be a bit different from the usual coffee, the top 10 in the world's high-end coffee
Coffee is one of the most beloved drinks in the world, but on the other hand, premium coffee is quite rare if you look above. Those that are ranking the price of such expensive coffee are introduced.
Even though it is expensive compared to things usually drunk with mugs, it is sometimes exciting and even if you hand out these coffee, you may see a new world.
The top ten of the luxury coffee rankings are from the following.The Odd Pics: Top 10 Most Expensive Coffees In The World For Your Cups
The price of coffee introduced from here is all about 1 pound (about 453.6 grams).
10th place: Coffee Yauco Selecto AA ... $ 24 (about 1933 yen)
The coffee made in the mountains of the Yauco region of Puerto Rico is known all over the world for its wonderful taste. The coffee made in this farm seems to have a very mild flavor.
9th: Starbucks Rwanda Blue Bourbon ... $ 24 (about 1933 yen)
When Starbucks employees went to Gwakaria's Gatare and Karengera in 2004 to visit a facility that washes coffee, I found this coffee bean. Since then, local farmers have grown beans of the Rwanda Blue Bourbon variety as the main crops.
8th place: Hawaiian Kona Coffee ... $ 34 (about 2741 yen)
Kona coffee is the name of the coffee market in the Kona district of Hawaii. This bean is grown on mountain slopes in southern and northern Hawaiian Big Island. This coffee is one of the most sought-after and expensive coffee in the world.
7th place: Los Planes Coffee ... $ 40 (about 3224 yen)
Los Planes Coffee is the most earnest crop in El Salvador. This bean blew out 93.52 out of 100 points in the 2006 coffee contest and became second in the world.
6th place: Blue Mountain Coffee ... $ 49 (about 3950 yen)
Jamaica's Blue Mountain Coffee is a coffee raised on the land called Blue Mountains, as its name suggests. The nice thing about Blue Mountain coffee is that the mouthfeel is mild and the bitterness is small. In recent decades, Blue Mountain is the most expensive and has established a brand that is prized globally.
Even if you do not drink coffee regularly, I think that many people know the name "Blue Mountain", but that should be that, too, the Japanese love Blue Mountain, especially in the world especially, 80% of the production volume is Japan It is exported to.
5th place: Fazenda Santa Ines ... $ 50 (about 4030 yen)
I marked high scores in the coffee contest in Brazil in 2006. It seems that famous cafes in Canada and Australia all bought this coffee.
4th place: El Injerto ... $ 50 (about 4030 yen)
It is a coffee that is particularly loved in the world, who won the first place in the 2006 coffee contest.
3rd place: St. Helena Coffee ... $ 79 (about 6368 yen)
St. Helena Coffee, an island located about 1,200 miles off the coast of Africa (about 1931 kilometers)St. HelenaIt is raised in. This island is also famous as the exile for Napoleon Bonaparte.
Second place: Hacienda La Esmeralda ... $ 104 (about 8384 yen)
This coffee is grown on the slopes of Mount Ballo in the western part of Panama and grows in the shade of the guava trees. It seems that it is very popular because its flavor and aroma are very good.
1st place: Luwak Coffee ... $ 160 (about 12,000 yen)
The most expensive coffee is called Kopi Luwak (Copi Ruak) or Civet coffee. It is roasted only the beans that musk cats have eaten and passed through the digestive tract. Coffee beans are part of the fruit of coffee, and they are made by collecting beans from the hun which the musky cat which ate the real part issued.
This coffee originally originated in the western part of the island of Sumatra in Indonesia, Lampung, but in recent years it seems to be produced in Sumatra Island and Java Island a lot. This coffee is famous, and there are coffee shops and cafés all over the world offering Kopi Luwak at high prices.
in Junk Food, Posted by darkhorse_log