Coffee Luwak

Coffee Luwak

Coffee Luwak / Coffee Plantation

Coffee Luwak or civet coffee is coffee made from coffee berries which have been eaten by civet and passed through the digestive track Asian Palm Civet (Paradoxorus Hermaphroditus).

One collected, the beans are processed hygienically, and only baked half-cooked and then pounded with a through so as not to spoil the taste.

Coffee Luwak process occurs only on the island of Bali, Java ans Sumatra in the Indonesian archipelago. Produce no more than 300 kg per year and distributed throughout the world.

Some people try to breed ferrets and feeding coffee berries, but they will not succeed. OurĀ  coffee luwak is derived from wild civet living mutualism with coffee farmers. Weasel use them by eating the natural fruit flavors of the best coffee in the coffee plantation.