Bonus Segment: World's Most Expensive Cup Of Coffee Is $75 A Cup

Coffee drinkers know that sometimes getting a cuppa joe can be pricey, but some aficionados are willing to shell out the big bucks for the good stuff. But how much is TOO much? Now in California, a single cup of coffee at Klatch Coffee's new San Francisco location just sold for $75!

The high dollar brew has such a big price tag because it’s made from Elida Geisha Natural, a single-source organic coffee bean that brought in a record $803-per-pound at auction and costs close to $1,200 a pound after roasting.

As for Klatch, they bought 10-pounds of the beans, which they served up at a recent coffee tasting. If you missed the event and would still like to sip on the world’s most expensive coffee, Klatch is selling the beans online for $75 for 18-grams (which is barley a half ounce).

For more on this story check out today's bonus segment with Len Berman and Michael Riedel...

 
Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the Morning

Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the Morning

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