Expensive Cup Of Coffee Sells Out In Southern California Klatch Coffee Roasters of Los Angeles sold coffee made from Panama beans at $75 per cup, according to KABC-TV. A company vice president says, "It's like nothing you've ever tried."
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Expensive Cup Of Coffee Sells Out In Southern California

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Expensive Cup Of Coffee Sells Out In Southern California

Expensive Cup Of Coffee Sells Out In Southern California

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Klatch Coffee Roasters of Los Angeles sold coffee made from Panama beans at $75 per cup, according to KABC-TV. A company vice president says, "It's like nothing you've ever tried."

STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep with one of the wonders of the world - the world's most expensive cup of coffee. KABC reports on Klatch Coffee Roasters of LA. They sold coffee made from Panama beans at $75 per cup. The company VP says, it's like nothing you've ever tried, which is true since I've never tried to pay $75 for coffee. But most of us will never know because so many people paid that they've already sold out. It's MORNING EDITION.

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