Kopi Luwak 1 – 4oz bag
ORGANIC, WILD & 100% PURE
Unlike many other coffee types, our Kopi Luwak Roasted Arabica is medium roasted. This is done as not to destroy the complex flavors acquired during both processes. Afterwards, Kopi Luwak beans need to be cooled quickly to stop the roasting process. This allows the aroma of the Kopi Luwak to be fixed and the oil substances to be condensed. Wild Hazz Coffee Luwak has an individual depth of roast where the aromas and flavors meet and become truly remarkable.
We believe that it takes high roasting skills and experience to achieve the perfect roast profile for our Wild Kopi Luwak. Wild HazzCoffee Luwak is hand roasted to deliver the Kopi Luwak beans fresh. This preserves the maximum taste of the bean. Our Kopi Luwak coffee is roasted in small batches to ensure fresh coffee beans or ground coffee to our customers.
The scent of Kopi Luwak coffee is rich and strong, and the coffee is incredibly full of length, almost like syrupy. It is thick with chocolate and lingers on the tongue with a long, clean aftertaste finish. Kopi Luwak is the most expensive and the rarest coffee in the world, and limited stocks are bred every year. This coffee was made famous from the movie The Bucket List. Due to the scarcity and high cost of Kopi Luwak refunds and replacements are not available unlike other Volcanic cafes. Delivered in a large size of 4oz bag of souvenirs with authentication numbers to match your bag.
- 100% wildly harvested coffee Kopi Luwak
- 100% without a cage
- free delivery
- Medium roast
- Fresh roasted when you made the order
What is Kopi Luwak Coffee?
Kopi Luwak Coffee has a very unusual source unlike any other coffee bean. A member of the Luwak family (a member of a cat family, also known as the Asian Pan Civet) coffee plantation in Sulawesi Java, Sumatra and only eat ripe coffee cherries. Unable to digest the coffee beans, The Luwak graciously deposit them on the floor in the jungle where they are taken with enthusiasm by the local population. Gastric acid and the role of enzymes involved in this unique fermentation process came to the production of the rarest beans to drink coffee in the world.
“The secret of this delicious mix,” states the promotion of Indonesia’s Tourism, “lies in the selection of grains, carried out by Luwak, the kind of endemic Java jar. Luwak eats only more selected beans, perfectly mature, which was removed, partially digested, several hours later. Plantation workers then recover ground beans, ready to bake right away. “Some also know the Coffee as Civet coffee, or weasel coffee and others simply call cat’s poop coffee.
Origin and Treatment of Kopi Luwak coffee beans
This sensational treat comes from the Sulawesi Islands, Sumatra and Java in Indonesia. The unique way of production does not give up its rarity and specialty. Asian palm civet is a kind of mammalian cat of South Asian origin. Physically, this raucous animal has raccoon-like markings on its face and has a long, powerful body. Considered as pests by locals, civets are well-known tree climbers. They spend more mature cherries and red coffee and have long been one of the favorite foods. During the taking of beans are fermented the enzymes present in the belly bud. As beans are one or one and a half days in the digestive tract, they start to germinate. This leads to a significant decrease in grain bitterness. The process of germinability is known as the name of a malt, so it can be said that it is likely to produce mushroom coffee. Due to the digestion, the exotic taste was added to the grain.
Although the secretion usually passed as nothing but waste, the secretions of the civets become precious coffee Kopi Luwak that we know today. Extracts such as beans are usually covered with cherry flavoring and take local sales. The best beans are the first green beans. Separate separately, rinse and dry. Before baking, beans are stored in a dark and dry place. Very limited stockpiles produced each year, improves its coffee status available nowadays rare and expensive.