1. Luwak Coffee (Indonesia)
Luwak Coffee also referred as civet coffee has gained extreme popularity all over the world. It is extremely expensive coffee due to its uncommon means of production. Coffee beans will be eaten by Asian palm civet and would have to pass thru the digestion system of the animals. From there, production can begin.
2. Hacidnda La Esmeralda (Boquets, Panama)
This type of coffee is grown specially in Boquete, Panama and is mostly cultivated under the shades of old guava trees. Due to its unique taste, people around the world is enjoying this type of coffee.
3. St. Helena Coffee Company's Island (St. Helena)
St. Helena Coffee is being cultivated and bred in St. Helena which is situated 1,200 miles from the coast of Africa. Its popularity is all thanks to Napoleon Bonaparte, who praised and sow the seeds by himself on St. Helena Island.
4. El Injerto (Huehuetenango, Guantemala)
This particular type of coffee is originated from Huehuetenango, Guantemala territory which have take home the Cup of Excellence grand prize in year 2006.
5. Fazenda Santa Ines (Minas Gerais, Brazil)
It is grown, bred and cultivated in Minas Geraiz, Brazil and is definitely one of the costliest coffee products around the globe. This type of coffee is still grown in a traditional manner and no automated process is involved. Its taste is reminiscent of the sweetness of berries and caramel.
6. Blue Mountain (Wallenford Estate, Jamaica)
This coffee is grown in Jamaica’s Blue Mountains. The best produce of this particular type of coffee is known for its lack of bitterness and mild flavour. It is one of the most sought after very expensive coffees in the world over the last decades.
7. Los Planes (Citala, El Salvador)
Los Planes is a type of coffee grown in Citala, El Salvador. In 2006, it received second place in the Cup of Excellence.
8. Hawaiian Kona Coffee (Hawaii)
This type of coffee is being cultivated and grown on the Mauna Loa’s and Hualalai’s slopes, specially located in the South and North Kona districts of the island of Hawaii. The Hawaiian Kona Coffee is known for its comforting taste.
9. Rwanda Blue Bourbon (Gatare/Karengera, Rwanda)
This coffee is basically a type of coffee that can be found in Gatare and Karengara, Rwanda. Nowadays, coffee farmers are growing the Blue Bourbon coffee plant as one of their main crop products.
10. Coffee Yauco Selecto AA (Puerto Rico)
Coffee Yauco Selecto AA is cultivated in Puerto Rico’s Yauco area and is an exquisite coffee which leave mild flavour but delicious taste for coffee lovers from all over the world.