World’s most expensive coffee

Kopi Luwak, the world's most costly espresso, acquires its expensive differentiation because of an astounding advance in its creation: absorption. In Indonesia, a wild creature known as the Asian palm civet (a little critter like the weasel) can't avoid the brilliant red espresso fruits that proliferate, despite the fact that they can't process the genuine espresso beans. The beans go through the civets' frameworks without being completely processed. So, all things considered, some courageous espresso rancher gathers the beans from the civets' droppings, (ideally) altogether washes them, and sells them for up to $500 - 900 per pound.