This 100% authentic Kopi Luwak coffee offers an experience in its own! It offers you a very aromatic cup with earthy notes.
SUGGESTED EXTRACTION METHOD(S)
√ Good for filter/drip coffee
√ Good for espresso
ABOUT THIS COFFEE
Kopi Luwak is one of the most expensive coffee in the world. The production requires several hours of research and manual harvesting which explains its high cost.
"Kopi" means coffee in Indonesian and "Luwak" means civet. This one is cultivated in the Indonesian archipelago where the wild civets which live in total freedom eat the fruits of the coffee tree because of their fleshy pulp. Their digestive secretions loaded with enzymes enter the beans and then change their composition. The coffee growers carefully harvest all the beans that have been rejected by natural means.
They claim that this natural process alters the beans to promote their aroma and taste, producing a very aromatic coffee without bitterness.
All over the world, Kopi Luwak is recognized as the most expensive coffee. In 1995 he even won the Ig Nobel Prize to John Martinez & Co in Atlanta.
Altitude: 1600 meters above sea level
Screen size: 15
Cultivar: Ateng, Tim-Tim & Bourbon
Process: Natural with pulp
Caffeine content: Approx. 1.24%
Certifications: Aliments du Québec, Kosher Foods