Most enthusiasts would not mind paying a little bit extra for a refreshing morning cup of coffee.

However, a few cafes in Australia are now selling a cup of coffee for a price that can make even the most ardent enthusiast think twice.

We are talking about the US$150 Jose Alfredo that is being served across three Melbourne cafes in St Kilda, South Yarra, and Abbotsford.

It’s an amazing experience and it’s not just coffee consumers that prefer it
Martin Shaw, cafe owner

The exclusive cup is touted as one of the most lavish and unique blends of fresh organic coffee.

It is served in glass goblets, and is described as having complex floral and fruit flavours, with notes of lychee, passion fruit, cognac, and cocoa.

The exotic beans cost anywhere near US$5,000 per kilogram, thus justifying the hefty price tag of a singular Jose Alfredo.

“It’s an amazing experience and it’s not just coffee consumers that prefer it. It’s actually private and wholesale clients as well that have been showing an interest for the Jose Alfredo coffee,” said cafe owner Martin Shaw.

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This article originally appeared on Luxurylaunches.