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A cup of coffee costs $1,500, and it makes customers cry over taste

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A cafe in Australia offers a cup of special coffee at a price of up to $1,500.

The Brew Lab Café justifies this high price by the difficulty of making the one cup that the customer needs to order two weeks in advance, so that the place managers can transport the beans from Panama to Penrith, Western Sydney, Australia.

According to the Daily Mail, these coffee beans are grown and roasted on the side of a volcano in Silla De Pando, near the borders of Panama and Costa Rica, at an altitude of 1,700 meters above sea level.

The owner of the cafe said that the taste of coffee is very unique, and it received a score of more than 90 from the Coffee Association specializing in the classification of taste, which makes it one of the highest ratings in the world.

He added: “Exceptional coffee that makes people cry because of its magnificence.”

The coffee is poured into the cup manually, and then hot water is added over the coffee slowly and in stages so as not to spoil the taste.

So far only two customers have ordered coffee, according to the Brew Lab Café.

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