Starbucks has unveiled its most expensive coffee yet -- a rare Costa Rican blend that will cost you $7 for a large cup.
Made from a rare, heirloom, hard-to-grow coffee bean called "Geisha," the "Costa Rica Finca Palmilera" costs $40 for a half-pound bag, $6 for a tall cup and $7 for a grande, the Seattle Post-Intelligencer reported.
For now, it's only available in select Pacific Northwest locations, but Starbucks plans to offer the premium Geisha blend nationwide as early as next year.
The real question may be, will anyone buy it?
If coffee nerds are any indication, plenty.
Java aficionados are loving it, according to the Post-Intelligencer, and an online Starbucks offering of the blend this month sold out in just 24 hours.
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Deadly tornadoes that have raked communities in Middle America over the past week, including Monday's massive twister that carved a path of destruction through the Oklahoma City suburb of Moore, belie what had been a relatively quiet start of the 2013 tornado season.
A Blue Ash organization is ready to hit the ground running Tuesday to help the victims of a deadly tornado that swept through Oklahoma City Monday.