- On July 14, 2017
- In Bali Travel
Luwak Coffee or Civet Coffee is coffee made from coffee cherries which have been eaten by and passed through the digestive track of the Asian Palm Civet (Paradoxourus Hermaphroditus).
After collected, the beans are processed hygienically, and given only a medium roast so as to not destroy the complex flavors that develop trough the process.
This Kopi Luwak process takes place only on island of Bali, Java and Sumatra in the Indonesian Archipelago. Producing no more than 300 Kg per year and distributed throughout the world.
Some people try to breed the civet and given a coffee cherries to eat, they won’t succed. Our Kopi Luwak is origin from will civet which live mutualism with coffee farmers. Civet use their nature insting to eat the best taste of coffee cherries in the coffee plantation.