Most expensive coffee in the world comes to Singapore


A single espresso-size cup will cost RM265. PHOTO: THE COFFEE ACADEMICS

SINGAPORE: A rare coffee brewed with beans from a small mountainous region in Panama - said to be the rarest and most expensive coffee in the world - will be available in Singapore soon.

The coffee is a natural processed Geisha cultivated at 1,800m above sea level in the mountainous region of Boquete town in western Panama, a country in central America.

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