Due to the harvesting techniques and limited supply that is grown each year, Kopi Luwak is known as the most expensive coffee in the world. The Luwak denizen, a member of the cat family, commonly referred to as the Asian Palm Civet, of the coffee plantations of Java, Sumatra and Sulawesi, eats only the ripest coffee cherries. Unable to digest the coffee beans, the Luwak graciously deposits them onto the jungle floor where they are then collected by the local plantation workers. The stomach acids and enzymes alter the beans in a unique fermentation process.
The Kopi Luwak coffee was made famous by the movie "The Bucket List." Due to the rarity and expensive price of Kopi Luwak, there are no refunds or exchanges for this coffee. However, it is backed by the following characteristics:
- Cage -free civets
- 100% Wild Gathered Kopi Luwak Coffee
- Certified Authentic Kopi Luwak Cofee
- Origin: Indonesian coffee plantations of Java, Sumatra and Sulawesi
- Tasting Notes: Light and smooth with a full and plump acidity. Sweet chocolate, caramel and sandalwood with undertones of jasmine and citrus.
- Flavor Notes: Apricot, Dark Chocolate, Honey, Sandalwood, Caramel, Citrus, Jasmine
- Roast Profile: Medium Roast
- Coffee Processing: Semi-Washed
- Drying: Sun-dried
Interested in trying this rich and rare coffee today? We are now offering a 2oz bag of Kopi Luwak, enough for a full pot for you to try some of the most expensive coffee in the world.