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Think Starbucks is expensive? This coffee is $75 a cup

CBS News Tuesday, 14 May 2019
Unroasted beans from Panama set a world record for its price tag of $803 a pound -- and after roasting, it fetches $1,200
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News video: World's Most Expensive Coffee Sells for $75 a Cup in San Francisco

World's Most Expensive Coffee Sells for $75 a Cup in San Francisco 02:44

The world's most expensive cup of coffee was briefly available in the U.S. but only at one coffee retailer in San Francisco.

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