Coffee 101 : Luwak Coffee, the most expensive coffee in the world

Luwak Coffee

Hello from the Coffee 101 series. Today I will tell you about the most expensive coffee in the world. Coffee is an important beverage.  It has different meanings from person to person.  For example, for students it means energy, for business people it means conversation. THE QUICHE LORRAINE: who, when, where, what, why, how?

What’s Kopi Luwak Coffee

Kopi Luwak, the most expensive and least produced coffee in the world, has become one of the most preferred coffee types of European in recent years. Coffee produced on the Indonesian island of Bali is one of the most unique beverages in the world, due to the uniqueness of its extraction and processing process.

Indonesia is one of the oldest coffee producing countries in the world. Indonesia, which has been producing since the 1700s and is well known by those who are familiar with coffee culture, started to make a name for itself with Kopi Luwak coffee.

Luwak coffee, which is prepared by defecating the coffee fruits eaten by the ‘Paradoxurus’ (Muskcat), a member of the Feline family, after passing through the digestive system, has a unique feature with this method.

The coffee beans that come out of the digestive system as fermented are processed and exported to all over the world. The beans, which are carefully cleaned after defecation, are then roasted.

Luwak Coffee
Luwak coffee – Yannis H.


A wide variety of tropical fruits, herbs for spices, as well as trees such as coffee and cocoa are grown in the plantations where organic farming is carried out in the Ubud region. Located in the valley around the 3,142-meter-high Mount Agung, which erupted in 1963 and destroyed many villages, the plantation has an enchanting view.T

here were two obvious reasons for this good taste; Selective Collection and Extensive Washing.



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