The world's most expensive coffee beans: Geisha arabica coffee in Panama

By Rob McFarland
Updated January 30 2017 - 7:10am, first published 12:48am
Carlos points out unripe green cherries Photo: Rob McFarland
The final product. Photo: Rob McFarland
Ripe coffee cherry and beans. Photo: Rob McFarland

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Roasted beans. Photo: Rob McFarland
Fermented coffee beans Photo: Rob McFarland
Unripe coffee cherries. Photo: Rob McFarland

Thanks largely to The Bucket List, the movie where Morgan Freeman and Jack Nicholson tick off a series of once-in-a-lifetime experiences, there's a common misconception that Kopi Luwak – the coffee produced from beans that have passed through a civet – is the most expensive in the world.

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