Best Coffees in the World
Coffee is one of the best beverages in the world. Its consumption started in 1000 BC in today’s Ethiopia.
However, the brewing started in Lower Arabia much later and spread all across the world from there. Moreover, there are more than 140 species of the Joe plant and the types of coffees are countless, making it difficult to find the perfect one.
That’s why we listed for you some of the best coffees. Remember that this list is very broad and subjective, and after all, it is a question of personal taste.
This is one of the most expensive coffees around the globe. Cultivated in the mountains of Jamaica, it is exported all over the world, and particularly in Japan. Its high cost is due to its taste and to the fact that it is produced in very small quantity.
Colombia is the third largest Caffea producer country in the world and its coffees are one of the best in the world. The Colombian beverage is strong, delicious, and
The culture of this beverage is very unique. We recommend you to do some research before ordering a special cup of brew in Italy because the Italian names are quite different from the English ones.
Most Expensive Ones
So far, we discussed the best coffees according to countries. However, we could see the matter in a different angle: the commercial angle. We listed here some of the most expensive coffees:
- Kopi Luwak – $160 per pound.
- Saint Helena Coffee – $79 per pound.
- Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee – more than $50 per pound.
- Fazenda Santa Ines – $50 per pound.
- Starbucks Quadriginoctuple Frap – $47.30 per cup.
- Los Planes Coffee – $40 per pound.
- Hawaiian Kona Coffee – $34 per pound.
Well Balanced Coffee
A well-balanced coffee is one where no particular flavor is dominant. It has the perfect combination of body, bitterness, acidity, sweetness, aroma, and aftertaste.
Coffee is loved by many. Some may prefer espresso and others can prefer mocha for example. At the end of the day, it is a question of personal taste and preference.