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A possible gift for the coffee snob on your gift list? Starbucks most expensive coffee ever sells for $40 for an eight-ounce bag. (Photo courtesy Starbucks)

Starbucks most expensive coffee yet costs $7 a cup

Starbucks has introduced its most expensive coffee which will cost customers up to $7 per cup.

The Costa Rica Finca Palmilera coffee is only available in 48 stores in America, including most in Seattle.

What makes it so special, according to the company, is that it's made from a rare coffee variety, known as Geisha. It's found in Central America and is notoriously difficult to grow.

A tall cup of the coffee costs $6, while a grande is $7. Starbucks is selling eight-ounce bags of the coffee for $40.

By LINDA THOMAS, I don't like coffee

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Linda is the morning news anchor and features reporter for KIRO Radio. This is her local news blog, with an emphasis on social media, technology, Northwest companies, education, parenting, and anything else that grabs her attention.

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