Kopi Luwak Coffee 16 oz - Free Range Kopi Luwak
The Kopi Luwak Coffee aroma is rich and strong, and the coffee is incredibly full-bodied, almost syrupy. It's thick with a hint of chocolate and lingers on the tongue with a long, clean aftertaste. Kopi Luwak is the most expensive and rarest coffee globally, and limited supplies are grown each year. This is the coffee made famous from the movie The Bucket List. Due to the rarity and high price of Kopi Luwak, there are no refunds or exchanges available on this coffee, unlike other Volcanica Coffees.
- 100% Wild Gathered Kopi Luwak Coffee
- 100% Cage-Free
- Medium roast
- Large size 16 oz. bag
CUP NOTES: Richly pungent. Rich and plump though simple acidity; lightly smooth mouthfeel. Finish rounds in crisp sandalwood and chocolate.
FLAVOR NOTES: Sandalwood, apricot, dark chocolate, plum blossom, musk and chanterelle-like mushroom in aroma and savory-edged cup. The beans are harvested from the feces of wild civet cats resident in Sumatra that eat only the ripe coffee fruit.
COFFEE PROCESSING: Semi-washed DRYING: Sun
Please check out our Kopi Luwak Coffee 2 oz Sample Size if you are looking for a smaller and more affordable option.
What is Kopi Luwak Coffee?
Kopi Luwak Coffee has a very unusual origin, unlike any other coffee beans. The Luwak denizen (a member of the cat family, also known as the Asian Palm Civet) of the coffee plantations of Java, Sumatra, and Sulawesi eats only the ripest coffee cherries. Unable to digest the coffee beans, the Luwak graciously deposits them on the jungle floor, where the locals eagerly collect them. The stomach acids and enzymatic action involved in this unique fermentation process produce the beans for the world’s rarest coffee beverage.
“The secret of this delicious blend," enthuses the Indonesia Tourism Promotion Board, "lies in the bean selection, which is performed by a luwak, a species of civet cat endemic to Java. The luwak will eat only the choicest, most perfectly matured beans, which it then excretes, partially digested, a few hours later. Plantation workers then retrieve the beans from the ground, ready for immediate roasting." The coffee has also become known to some people as civet coffee or weasel coffee and others call it cat poop coffee.
Kopi Luwak Coffee began showing up in North America during the 1990s at the gourmet coffee craze height. It has been sold in the U.S. for up to $600 per pound and can fetch as much as $50 for a single brewed cup in fine restaurants worldwide. Because of the rarity of this coffee, the price is quite high. You are paying for the experience of enjoying such an unusual and rare delicacy as well as a spectacular cup of coffee.
You may have seen Kopi Luwak Coffee in the 2007 movie, The Bucket List, where it is actor Jack Nicholson's beverage of choice and he carries a supply with him wherever he goes. This has become known as the Bucket List Coffee. The Oprah Winfrey Show featured this coffee as well. And of course, there are many documentaries shown on television- It is known as the most expensive coffee in the world and is well worth it.
Free Range Kopi Luwak Coffee and Not Caged
Our Kopi Luwak Coffee beans are wild gathered and from civets that are not caged, also known as Free Range Kopi Luwak. We work closely with the Indonesian Exporters who bring Kopi Luwak to the U.S. and support organizational efforts and people against civet abuse in the harvesting of coffee, which is unacceptable.
Wild civets make a higher quality coffee since they decide which coffee cherries to eat, which are the ripest, so it is in our best interest to support Kopi Luwak coffee from civets that are not caged. This is one reason why our coffee is priced higher than others.
We do not only focus our efforts on keeping the Civits in the wild, but we also go beyond the Fair Trade & Rainforest Alliance efforts by paying a premium price.
The Most Expensive Coffee - Kopi Luwak Coffee
Touted as the rarest and most expensive coffee on earth, this coffee lives up to its reputation. Rich, strong-flavored, and amazingly full-bodied, this is the perfect cup of coffee to savor. It is an exquisite combination of other coffees' various features and an excellent combination of chocolate and syrupy taste. The unique fermentation and origin of the beans make Kopi Luwak Coffee truly exceptional and one-of-a-kind.
The Origin and Processing of Kopi Luwak Coffee Beans
This sensational delicacy originates from the islands of Sulawesi, Sumatra and Java in Indonesia. The unique method of production gives some hint to its rarity and specialty. Asian palm civet is a type of cat-sized mammal native to South-East Asia. Physically, this animal has raccoon-like markings on its face and it possesses a long, stocky body. Regarded as pests by locals, palm civets are well-known tree climbers. They consume the ripest, reddest coffee cherries and this has long been one of their favorite foods. During ingestion, the beans were uniquely fermented by the enzymes present in the stomach of the civet. As the beans remain one or one and a half-day in the civet's digestive tract, they start to germinate. This leads to a significant reduction in the bitterness of the bean. The germination process is referred to as malt. Thus it can be said that the civet probably produces malt coffee. As a result of the digestion, a distinctly exotic flavor was added to the beans.
Though excretions are normally passed off as nothing but waste, the excretions from palm civets are converted into the prized Kopi Luwak Coffee as we know of today. The bean-like excretions are normally covered by cherries’ mucilage and gathered by the locals for sale. The best beans are the premium green beans. They are individually separated, washed and dried. Before roasting, the beans are stored in a dark, dry location. Minimal supplies are produced each year, enhancing its status as the rarest and most expensive coffee available today.
Kopi Luwak Coffee Price - Price per Cup of Kopi Luwak Coffee for Sale Affordable Compared to Ordinary Coffee Shop Prices
The price is high for a coffee cup, but let's try to put it into perspective on what you may be paying for a coffee at your local Starbucks or another coffee shop. The actual cost per cup for a Kopi Luwak coffee is only $8.33. Compare that to a specialty espresso or latte drink that will cost $4 per cup or a frappuccino costing $5. So in perspective, a cup of Kopi Luwak Coffee price is not that much per cup than what you would normally drink at your local coffee shop!
If you want to know the math behind this calculation, it is as follows. A cup of coffee is approximately two tablespoons of coffee. Two tablespoons convert to .3333333 ounces. A bag of our Kopi Luwak for sale is 1 pound or 16 ounces, so you get 48 cups in a bag. If you divide $399.99 by 48 cups, you get $8.33 cost per cup. According to the Specialty Coffee Association, a single pound of coffee is enough to make 48 ounces of coffee.
Additionally, compare this to Kopi Luwak Coffee that I found on the menu at a South Beach swanky restaurant. Their price was $50 for a single cup of Kopi Luwak, which is incredibly high. Now compare that back to $7.29 and it's not such an expensive cup of coffee.
The Exotic Flavor of Kopi Luwak Coffee
Besides the quality of beans, roasting is the single, most important factor in determining the coffee's aroma, color, and taste. Our beans are roasted to perfection, giving them the most suitable taste, color and aroma for your consuming pleasure. Only our senior roast master with over 40 years of experience is allowed to process Kopi Luwak. Described as strong-flavored, rich, and amazingly full-bodied, this coffee is further distinguished from the rest with a hint of chocolate and syrupy taste. Long after the coffee is gone, you will still be able to savor the clean, lingering aftertaste. It is complex in flavor and is a perfect combination of all the pleasurable flavors available in all other coffees- earthy, musty, aromatic, syrupy sweet and heavy-bodied. It is also low in acidity and possesses an exotic flavor profile like no other, often unable to be described even by coffee connoisseurs.
The Common Misspelling Mistake: “Copi Luwak Coffee” vs. “Kopi Luwak”
Very often, many misspell the word Kopi and used “Copi” instead. In fact, “Kopi” is the Indonesian word for coffee. As Luwak Coffee originates from Indonesia, it is more popularly known as Kopi Luwak. The name stayed on and, today, the coffee is internationally known as Kopi Luwak Coffee. Therefore, “Copi Luwak” should be spelled as “Kopi Luwak” to indicate the real name of this famed coffee. Some other misspellings include Kopi Luak, Cope Luac, Kobe Lulac Coffee, Kobe Lulac Coffee, Capiluac Coffee and some folks refer to it as Civet Coffee.
Why You Should Choose Kopi Luwak Coffee for Sale from Volcanica Coffee
Our search for the best quality coffee beans goes far and beyond. With a strong reputation in quality product offerings, we continue to uphold customer satisfaction as our topmost priority. Our beans are sourced from the best and most expert farmers. They undergo detailed processing to produce premium beans. Ethical trading is a genuine concept that we strive to practice, and we hope that other coffee companies will follow suit to promote ethical practices in the coffee production industry. By offering competitive prices, we desire to see that our customers receive maximum satisfaction in terms of product quality and price. If you have never experienced the ultimate coffee pleasure, this is an opportunity of a lifetime. Don’t let the price offset you from trying the best coffee in the world. Buy Kopi Luwak Coffee from Volcanica Coffee today and indulge in a memorable cup. Better still; share this pleasure with your loved ones. You will not regret the experience and they will thank you for it!
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Be prepared to journey on a memorable coffee experience by choosing the best coffee we have to offer and the most expensive. Our company produces coffees of incomparable quality and we gladly give you our word of guarantee. Indeed, a satisfying coffee experience requires a choice of the finest beans roasted to perfection. There is a challenge in sourcing the best beans from around the world and many coffee companies will tell you the same. However, here at Volcanica Coffee, we are investing our best efforts to bring you some of the most delightful and rarest coffees from around the world. You can be certain that you will experience the ultimate coffee connoisseur’s delight when you buy Kopi Luwak Coffee. There is no dispute that this is the finest offering from our vast range of coffee products.
Customers testified that a sip of this exquisite coffee is a worthy lifetime experience. Not deterred by the price, they have no qualms about making subsequent purchases from us. Our solid base of loyal customers shows that our company finds the choices of the best coffees. As quality guarantees satisfaction, we have a policy of not settling for second-grade coffees. This ensures that our customers are never shortchanged for the price they pay, especially for the exquisite Kopi Luwak Coffee. We continuously strive to offer lower-than-market prices for our customers, but rest assured that this is in no way a measure of decline in quality. Undertaking the diligent effort of providing our customers with the best choices, we engage in work partnerships with some of the world's best farmers. Our farmers are carefully chosen for their expertise and are paid fairly and transparently. We strongly support fair trade, and we deal with everyone, from suppliers to customers, with the same sense of importance and urgency. By choosing our coffee range, you have participated in our campaign for fair trade and partnered with us against labor abuse. Make the right choice and choose our coffees today.
Our coffee bean suppliers work hard to provide us with the best of their crop offerings and adhere to the world's highest cultivation standards. We present their genuine labor to you in the form of perfectly roasted beans, fresh to your doorstep. To prevent light and humidity penetration, the beans are sealed in the most effective way to guarantee freshness. A medium roast was chosen to enhance the overall rich flavor of the Kopi Luwak Coffee beans, but this will not eliminate the hint of chocolate and unique aftertaste. There is a form of full-bodied excellence and syrupy taste to the coffee, successfully preserved by our well-developed processing and roasting methods. Upon reaching our customers, they are ready for consumption after brewing. Leave the task of selecting the finest beans to us and sit back, relax and enjoy your purchase. Buy Kopi Luwak Coffee from us today.