Middle and upper 80s as we finish the workweek and head to the weekend.
>> tessa spencer: depending on where you go and what you get, the average cup of coffee runs you about $4.5 according to the euro of labor statistics.
>> jon bruce: how is one place in the us selling a $75 cup of coffee?
The most important the most expensive cup of coffee isfrom the only place consumers in the us can find it .
>> what's the most you would pay for a cup of coffee?
>> or dollars and $0.50.
Five or six dollars.
>> we found out that itwas about $100 a pound is implement cisco andwe had to try this hour selves .
>> sam cisco is a place where people appreciate fine things.
>> reporter: if that's the case, klatch coffee is the finest of the fine .
This is the record-setting 803.
>> it comes from panama.
>> it was auctioned to buyers around the world and the 100 pounds and they own the only 10 pounds in the country.
>> 80 cups for the entire united states and that is it.
>> reporter: is so exclusive that the breezes who train 406 hours to work here wanted to be extra careful preparing this cup.>> i was actually practicing with something different and hoping this would go well.
>> reporter: how does it taste?
That's the big question.
Here we go.
This is probably about $10 worth and this tiny cup.
>> reporter: it is good.
It is very good.
It tastes like fruit.
It is blueberry.
I don't know.
Whether or not i would spend $75 on this regularly is another thing.
[laughter] >> reporter: what with the average coffee drinker think of this $75 cup of coffee?
>> it is smooth.
It has good taste.
Packs a punch.
>> reporter: there is one thing you need to absolutely not due to this exclusive drink.
Would it be a crime to add cream and sugar?
It would be a waste of $75.
>> he knows this coffee is not for everyone and there