Most people I know are addicted to that morning cup of coffee. Be it with milk, cream, sugar, or just plain black, it never goes out of demand. But some people like their coffee to be opulent too.so if your hunt for the perfect rich coffee hasn’t yielded positive results yet, then the world’s best coffee, the Terra Nera can be your, courtesy Harrods.

Originating from Quechua in the south east of the Peruvian Andes, these coffee cherries are excreted by civet palm cats and after which they are dried to be processed. The 100 per cent Arabica, the Uchunari coffee has flavours of bitter cocoa, hazelnut and dry leather.

 

Sheffield Silversmith and Jeweller Rebecca Joselyn Worlds most expensive coffee

Around 45 kgs of the coffee is made every year, making it very exclusive indeed. Sold on pre-order the freshly roasted coffee (available in six grades) is delivered in a Kraft paper pouch with an in-built freshness valve, with a complimentary coffee machine offered on orders weighing over 500g. Grade 0 coffee,

Terra Nera comes in “solid Britannia sterling silver and 24-carat gold-plated sacks“, handcrafted and engraved by U.K. based Silversmith and Jeweller Rebecca H. Joselyn. These unique silver gold plated ‘coffee sacks’ were handcrafted and designed by Rebecca as a truly unique commission.

The coffee is priced between £140 and £6,800 ($225 – $11,000).

Sheffield Silversmith and Jeweller Rebecca Joselyn