Kopi Luwak

As a highly exclusive and ethically debated coffee variety, Kopi Luwak commands a premium price, reflecting its rarity and intricate production process. It continues to captivate coffee enthusiasts and connoisseurs worldwide, showcasing the rich cultural heritage and natural wonders of Indonesia’s coffee tradition.

100g

170.00 lei

SKU0204 Category

Kopi Luwak is primarily produced in the lush and biodiverse regions of Indonesia, including Sumatra, Java, and Bali. The islands’ tropical climates and rich volcanic soils provide an ideal environment for cultivating high-quality coffee beans. While its production has extended to other Southeast Asian countries, authentic and traditionally sourced Kopi Luwak remains deeply connected to the Indonesian coffee heritage.

Local farmers and plantation workers noticed that the Asian palm civet, a small nocturnal mammal, consumed ripe coffee cherries from coffee trees. Surprisingly, the civets only ingested the choicest cherries and excreted the coffee beans intact in their feces. Intrigued by the unique processing method, locals began collecting and cleaning these excreted coffee beans, which underwent fermentation during the civet’s digestive process. This natural fermentation process was believed to impart distinctive flavors and smoothness to the beans, leading to the birth of Kopi Luwak. Location:

Kopi Luwak’s bouquet is renowned for its complexity and rare subtleties. Upon brewing, the coffee reveals an enticing aroma with hints of earthiness, chocolate, and caramel. The unique fermentation process caused by the civet’s digestive enzymes results in a smooth and velvety texture that sets Kopi Luwak apart from conventional coffees. Connoisseurs often identify delicate notes of jasmine, tropical fruits, and a remarkably low level of bitterness, offering an exceptionally refined and memorable coffee experience.

As a highly exclusive and ethically debated coffee variety, Kopi Luwak commands a premium price, reflecting its rarity and intricate production process. It continues to captivate coffee enthusiasts and connoisseurs worldwide, showcasing the rich cultural heritage and natural wonders of Indonesia’s coffee tradition.