World’s most expensive tea VS most expensive coffee – which cost is higher?

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).

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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.

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See you next time, and have a great cup of tea!

Dovainis from #elocaltea,

 

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