Kopi Luwak - The World's Most Expensive Coffee Beans

This coffee is from Indonesia and is processed by wild Asian Palm Civets. They find the ripest and freshest coffee cherries and through the magic of their digestive enzymes, they break down the beans.

Once they've "deposited" the beans, the beans are collected, washed thoroughly, and processed.

The unique and delicious taste of this coffee is truly a treat. You wouldn't guess that they've been digested, just that there is a notable lack of bitterness and acidity, making this a coffee you could enjoy cup after cup!

We wanted you to know our impressions for the Kopi Luwak when we cupped it:

Wow! What a surprise!  Seriously beautiful in the cup. Super silky body and strong chocolate and cherry notes.

Cupping Notes: Chocolate aroma, strawberry, and wild cherry with notes of Milky Way caramel and chocolate in the finish. Creamy, silky body with no bitterness and very low acidity.

How the most expensive coffee is made...

Maybe don't think about the "how" on this coffee too much - otherwise, you may miss out on just how delicious this coffee really is!