by Maurice Contreras onThe Kopi Luwak Coffee beans are actually excreted from an animal called the palm civet. It turns out that palm civets, which are a type of cat, like to consume the red coffee cherries, which contain coffee beans. The cats carefully select only the ripest, reddest cherries, so in a sense, they have naturally refined coffee bean pickers for the most expensive coffee in the world.
by Adriana Contreras onThis past week I noticed a huge sales increase in our Geisha Coffee Costa Rica. So much so that we quickly went out of stock. I knew something was up and on Thursday morning on the local TV news, I figured it out. Starbucks announced that they are now selling this as the most expensive coffee at $7 per cup. News outlets across the country...
by Adriana Contreras onCoffee lovers the world over are unknowingly drinking coffee that was illegally grown inside one of the world's most important national parks for tigers, elephants and rhinos, according to an investigative report released by World Wildlife Fund (WWF).