Mostly found in the Indonesian island of Bali, Kopi Luwak is one of the most expensive coffee in the world – and made out of poop! Or rather, made from partially digested coffee beans that have been consumed by civets. Basically, the coffee beans are fed to civets, who later digest it and pass it as poop. The poop is then dried, removed, and then processed to make Kopi Luwak. It's priced at $600 per pound. If coffee from poop wasn’t enough, here’s another that is equally rare and exquisite. Black Ivory coffee is made from elephant dung. Elephants are fed Arabica coffee cherries, and their stomach acid breaks it down to bring in the flavour. Served in Michelin star restaurants and the finest hotels around the world, one kilogram of Black Ivory Coffee can cost as much as $2000. Cultivated from Mount Baru in Panama, Esmeralda Special Coffee is another popular and expensive coffee. They even use the coffee pulp as fertilizers. This coffee is so rare that an auction is held by Hacienda La Esmeralda every year. In the last auction in 2020, 50-pound boxes were sold, with the price ranging from $6,000 and going up to $11,800.From Napoleon's resting place comes this coffee, which is believed to have originated in 1732. St Helena is a remote volcanic tropical island in the South Atlantic Ocean. The Bourbon coffee beans cost about $145 per pound. In 2016, Starbucks had started selling the St Helena coffee, and it was one of the most expensive coffee on the menu. Priced at $500 per pound, Finca El Injerto Coffee is an award-winning coffee from Guatemala. The coffee is made from rare, small beans. It has been around since 1900, and the farm is managed by the fourth generation Aguirre family (of the founder Jesús Aguirre Panamá).