Kopi Luwak was once thought of as an urban legend. In 2007, it was featured in The Bucket List, as one of the important things to do/drink before you die. Now, popularly known as the most expensive coffee in the world, it has certainly become a talking piece among coffee drinkers. Having seen prices on the internet ranging from $195 to $600 per pound, you’ll be surprised to know how these coffee beans are “made”. Watch as I learn and take my first taste in this video:

I can’t decide for you whether it’s worth the price or not, but for me, it was certainly worth trying at least once. Check out Indo Civet Coffee, owned by a friend of my friend Le. They’re among the cheapest sellers of this special coffee, and we thought it was notably delicious.

**Update: Just got word that Sudibyo Pradono of Indo Civet Coffee is going to give samples to 5 lucky readers! Just leave a comment on this post by 11am on Thurs, April 29th. Winners will be chosen randomly. Shipping to the US only.

Kopi Luwak Coffee Beans

Kopi Luwak Coffee Beans 2


ground Kopi Luwak

And the winners are…

which is Amy, Kathryn, Pete, Karen, and Daisy. Congrats! Cat Poo coffee coming your way….

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