A “millionaire” can buy The world’s most expensive coffee

A “millionaire” can buy The world’s most expensive coffee

The coffee is made from the excreta of a mammal

Kopi Luwak is not your regular everyday blend of coffee. At US$3,000 per kgs, it is the most expensive form of coffee produced on the planet. And there is a peculiar reason as to why it is this expensive.
Kopi Luwak is produced from the excreta of a cat-like Indonesian mammal called civet. The civet feeds on the ripest of coffee cherries. While the coffee cherries and pulp are digested, the coffee beans are not and is excreted by the mammal. The digestion process apparently causes a fermentation that provides a unique flavour to the coffee.

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