No one tell Starbucks about this, we don't need them getting any ideas.
There's a restaurant in New York City called Eleven Madison Park and they just debuted a new item on their menu . . . a cup of coffee that costs $24.
What makes it so expensive? They use special rare beans from Colombia called wush wush . . . they make it in an expensive Silverton coffee dripper . . . and their, quote, "coffee director" Maya Albert personally makes it for you at your table.
According to Maya, the coffee has a fascinating taste, quote, "It's got this creamy texture that reminds me of dough or yogurt . . . [like] blueberry pie."
Sounds interesting. Not $24 worth of interesting, but interesting.