The Association of Indonesian Coffee Luwak Farmers was established in 2009 with the goal of meeting the increasing demand for Civet coffee (Kopi Luwak) which is comprised of coffee beans that have been defecated by the Civet animal.
Many of the members of this Indonesian organization export their Civet coffee beans directly overseas to consumers worldwide.
Also see Kopi Luwak; Indonesia Coffee.
Civet Coffees from Around the Globe
Civet Coffee is produced by various countries including:
and Philippine Civet Coffee (including Bantai Civet Coffee and Arengga Civet Coffee).
More Informative Civet Coffee Information:
Civet Coffee Body, Flavors, and Aromatic Qualities;
Civet Coffee From Tree to Cup;
Civet Coffee - Buying the World's Most Expensive Coffee;
The Asian Palm Civet;
Civet Coffee - What Happens to the Bean in the Civet's Stomach;
and Jacu Bird Coffee.
For a bit of levity see Adventures of a Civet Coffee Hunter and Top Ten Reasons To Drink Animal-Processed Coffee!
Also see Simulated Civet Coffee, and Beware of Fake Civet Coffee.
Exploring the World of Fine Specialty Coffee
Also see our tips on Brewing Civet Coffee and coffee brewing in general for that excellent cup of gourmet coffee.
To prepare a great shot of espresso see Pulling A Perfect Espresso Shot and How to make Lattes and Cappuccinos, then try some of our detailed Espresso Drink Recipes.
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