Kopi Luwak – What Makes the Coffee the Most Expensive in the World? Due to the freshness of our coffee we recommend all coffee is stored in an “Airscape Coffee Canister” at room temperature, you can find an “Airscape Coffee Canister” in our online shop!
100% Wild Kopi Luwak The Most Expensive Coffee in the World (Medium Roast)
Origin: Indonesia (Sumatra)
100% Arabica beans
Certified 100% Wild by the consulate general of Indonesia in Vancouver.
Many coffee brewers and processors believe that having cats create Kopi Luwak results in a better coffee product. They believe that since the cats choose to eat the coffee berries, the cats must be choosing the best coffee berry possible. After the cat eats the coffee berries and then poop them out, their digestive mechanism is then believed to improve the taste and flavor profile of the coffee.
This coffee was first originally discovered by Indonesian farmers in the early 1700s when they were working on Dutch coffee plantations. Since the Indonesians natives weren’t allowed to pick the coffee berries for themselves, they decided to acquire coffee beens in a different way- by picking them out of cat droppings. They would then take those coffee beans, roast them, and brew them. As the civet coffee became more popular with the natives, the Dutch started to catch on. As a result, the coffee became very in-demand. This, however, became an issue since the demand was high, but the quantity of civet coffee beans were low (very time consuming and unnatural process). As a result, this coffee became very expensive.
Whole Bean: Do not grind, Extra Coarse Grind: Cold Brewing, like the Toddy Brewer, Coarse Grind: French Press Pot, Cupping, Coarse – Medium Grind : Stove Top Perculator., Coarse – Medium Grind +: Electric Perculator, Some Solo Brewer, Chemex Brewer., Medium Grind: Home Drip, Medium Grind +: Single-cup Coffee Maker, Keurig, Verisimo, Comercial Drip Brewers., Medium Grind++: Stovetop Espresso Maker or Moka pot, Medium Fine Grind: Pour Over Cones, Fine Grind: Vacuum Pots, Siphon Brewers, Fine Grind +: AeroPress, Fine Grind ++: Home Manual Espresso,, Fine Grind+++: Commercial Manual Espresso Machines, Extra Fine Grind: Turkish Coffee
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