The Amazing Story Of The World's Rarest Coffee
Kopi Luwak is the world's rarest coffee, made from beans that have been eaten and excreted by civet cats.
The unique process of digestion and fermentation that occurs in the civet cat's digestive system gives the coffee its unique flavor.
Kopi Luwak is harvested in Indonesia, where civet cats are allowed to roam freely and eat coffee cherries.
The beans are then collected from the cat's feces, thoroughly cleaned, and roasted to perfection.
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Kopi Luwak is considered a delicacy and can cost up to $600 per pound.
The high cost is due to the rarity of the coffee and the labor-intensive process of harvesting and cleaning the beans.
Despite its high price tag, Kopi Luwak remains a popular and sought-after coffee among coffee connoisseurs.