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Exploring the world’s most luxurious coffees

By LLM Reporters on 22nd February 2018

There’s nothing better than waking up to a cup of great coffee in the morning, and for many, it’s the only thing that gets us out of bed and ready for a busy day ahead. There are countless options lining the supermarket shelves today, and it’s now easier than ever to get luxurious, cafe-quality coffee in the comfort of your own home – you just have to know where to start.

Overwhelmed by the choices? We’ve rounded up some of the very best coffees in the world for you to get you started – so all you have to do is sit back and enjoy your brew.

Coffee Yauco Selecto AA

If money is no object, then Coffee Yauco Selecto AA is a no brainer. One of the most expensive in the world at $24 per pound, it is produced in the country of Puerto Rico. Mild and delicious in flavour, the proof is in the pudding – and one sip is more than enough to have you converted.

Starbucks Rwanda Blue Bourbon

Made from beans found in Karengara and Gatare, Rwanda, Starbucks began making this type of coffee after a visit to the nation in 2004. Today, it is increasingly common to find many coffee farmers choosing to grow this plant as their main crop, and at twenty-four dollars a pound it delivers an immensely satisfying taste.

If you’re a high roller and want the most luxurious coffee, you’ll definitely want to give El Injerto a chance

Los Planes

Los Planes is produced in Citala, El Salvador, and is a step up in price at $40 a pound. You certainly get what you pay for! In 2006, the coffee ranked second in the Cup of Excellence competition, and is a smooth and satisfying blend. It may be pricey, but Los Planes will change the way you look at coffee forever. It’s a huge hit with most retailers, including this site.

Blue Mountain

Made in Wallenford Estate, Jamaica, Blue Mountain ups the ante on price once again, coming in at a respectable $49 dollars a pound. As the name implies, it is primarily produced in the Blue Mountains of Jamaica, and is well-known for its mild flavor and bitterness. At one time, Blue Mountain coffee was one of the most sought after, and today it is still immensely popular! If you can get your hands on a cup of this coffee, you most definitely should – it’s a treat for the senses, and promises to get you revved up and ready for the day ahead.

Luwak Coffee is often referred to as civet, and is one of the most expensive in the world

El Injerto

If only the very finest coffee will satisfy your thirst, El Injerto is the only choice. 2006 winner of the Cup of Excellence Award, it’ll set you back a whopping $50 a pound! El Injerto originates from the Huehuetenango territory in Guatemala, and is smooth, intense and delicious.

Luwak Coffee

Still not impressed? Then it doesn’t get much better than Luwak. Hailing from Indonesia, it is perhaps somewhat surprisingly produced from coffee beans consumed by the mongoose – before the coffee is produced, the beans pass through the animal’s digestive system! It might not sound entirely pleasant, but the end result is truly to-die-for. If you’ve got the money, we guarantee it’ll be well spent – but be warned, as it’ll set you back a huge $160 dollars per pound.