Ok, guys, it’s time to find out who triumphs in the cost competition of tea vs coffee. Let’s check it out!
Most expensive tea in the world:
Da-Hong Pao - a single gram is $1,700 and it costs almost $1.2 million for 1 kg ($544,465 for 1 lb).
PG Tips Diamond - one diamond studded tea bag costs $15,000.
Panda Dung Tea - these tea leaves are sold at almost $70,000 for 1 g ($31,760 for 1 lb).
Vintage Narcissus - this tea comes with a price tag of $6,500 for 1 kg ($2,949 for 1 lb).
Tieguanyin Tea – this tea is sold at a price of $3,000 for 1 kg ($1,361 for 1 lb).
Most expensive coffee in the world:
Finca El Injerto Coffee – the cost is $1,102 for 1 kg ($550.50 for 1 lb);
Black Ivory Coffee – this coffee can cost around $1,100 for 1 kg ($550 for 1 lb);
Hacienda La Esmeralda Coffee – this coffee is sold at a price of $771 for 1 kg ($350 for 1 lb);
Kopi Luwak – the price is $352 for 1 kg ($160 for 1 lb);
St. Helena Coffee – it is $174 for 1 kg ($79 for 1 lb).
As you can see, tea is the unrivaled champion in this competition. The world's #1 most expensive coffee barely can beat #5 in the most expensive tea list.
See you next time, and have a great cup of tea!
Dovainis from #elocaltea,