The most expensive coffee in the world “Kopi Luwak” is probably the most desired coffee in the world but also the most expensive due to the small quantity produced.
The most expensive coffee in the world and the most coveted by many is called Kopi Luwak
Coffee lovers are probably on your bucket list: to taste Kopi Luwak, the most expensive coffee in the world, but also the most desired.
Originating in Indonesia, Kopi Luwak is obtained by grinding coffee beans extracted from the feces of an animal.
But the best thing is that these animals have the ability to choose the berries at their best moment of ripeness.
The civets ingest the berries and digest their pulp, but not the beans, being eliminated whole, which facilitates collection through feces.
In addition, the fact that the grains pass through the digestive tract of the numbers, as the enzymes of the animal’s intestine are able to eliminate a large part of their bitterness, which in comparison with other coffees makes a rather sweet drink.
Its price is due to the small amount, which is generated each year about 500 kilograms.
The average cost of a kilo is usually 900 euros, and a cup of this type of coffee is around 80-90 euros.
Those who have tasted it say that it is an intense and delicious coffee, with minimal bitterness and a slight sweet aroma reminiscent of cocoa or caramel.
It must be said that the trade of Kopi Luwak coffee could have dangers.
The animal in the wild is considered a ‘pest’ in Indonesia, as it is dedicated to invade the huge commercial fruit fields.