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Kopi Luwak 100% Pure Wild & Organic Medium Roast Robusta Whole Civet Coffee Beans - (4 ounces/113 grams) - Roasted in the USA Imported From the Philippines

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  • 1 package (4 ounces / 113 grams) 100% Pure Wild Organic Kopi Luwak/Civet Coffee Whole Medium Roast Robusta Coffee Beans
  • Collected by Hand from Wild Asian Palm Civets in the rainforests of Ifugao Province in the Philippines
  • Roasted Fresh in the USA to ensure a long shelf life & Superior Roast
  • 100% Pure, Wild & Organic Civet Coffee - Certified 100% Pure by the Philippine Government (NOT A BLEND Bantai Civet Coffee is 100% Pure & Wild) CANOPY SHADE-GROWN, Pesticide-free
  • Approximately 16 servings per package (7 grams to one 8oz french press)

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4 ounces/113 gram package of - - 100% PURE, WILD & ORGANIC MEDIUM ROASTED ROBUSTA WHOLE BEAN, NATURALLY GATHERED WILD Asian Palm CIVET CAT / KOPI LUWAK Civet Coffee BEANS-- We package in a 4 oz hermetically sealed aluminum foil bag to ensure prolonged freshness -- Where do the Coffee Beans Come From? Nestled in the ancient rice terraces of the Cordillera Mountain range in the Province of Ifugao in North Luzon, Philippines, a Conservation Project is home to wild civets who eat the ripest beans off the organic, shade-grown, rain-forest coffee plants. A 24 hectare civet rescue area of rain-forest within the 40-hectare Julia Campbell memorial park has been established to provide the opportunity for park caretakers and coffee farmers to rescue civets from the black market. The wild civets are then released into the fence-free reserve where they freely dine on as much shade-grown coffee as they like. The beans pass through the civets undigested, but enzymes in the civets' stomachs break down the proteins of the beans resulting in an incredibly smooth, luxurious gourmet coffee. Why Buy From Bantai Civet Coffee? -- 100%PURE, WILD & ORGANIC civet coffee beans! The parks coffee growers encourage local farmers to switch back to traditional organic farming methods. Compost is freely provided to any interested farmers of any crop. NO CHEMICALS ARE USED AT ANYTIME or even in the same drainage of any fields within the Julia Campbell Memorial Agro-Forestry Park. All coffee is SHADE GROWN and Bi-Cropped. This ensures a robust diversity of plants, insects and other crucial elements to a healthy ecosystem. Any expansion of coffee growth is done with minimal impact and NO CLEAR CUTTING and NO MONOCROPPING or NO ERADICATION of INDIGENOUS and ENDEMIC COFFEE PLANTS. - visit us at -- www.bantaicivetcoffee.com - THANK YOU FOR CONSIDERING THIS SOCIALLY MINDED AND DELICIOUS PRODUCT - MARAMING SALAMAT PO!

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  • Shipping Weight: 4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B004JHIBV0
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (164 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #39,043 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
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49 of 56 people found the following review helpful By PB Coffee Lover on November 24, 2013
I wanted tp try Kopi Luwak but saw all the negative comments about it. I made diligent research about this particular brand and found our that these coffee beans are not from caged animals. The source's website is actually a rescue preservation area in the Philippines "Special measures have been taken to ensure the survival and healthy existence of the civet population within The Julia Campbell Agro-Forest Memorial Park.

A civet rescue area, a 24-hectare shaded coffee and forest area within the 40-hectare memorial park, has been established to provide the opportunity for park caretakers and coffee farmers to rescue civets from the black market and release them into this rescue area. The park caretakers then allow the civets to dine on as much coffee as they like in this shade-grown, rainforest-covered coffee orchard.

These farmers don’t mind allowing the animal to harvest their coffee crop because the civets leave behind extremely valuable and delicious coffee, which farmers then sell at a price that provides these proud people with a living and an incentive to preserve civets and their habitat. By ordering Bantai Civet Coffee, you too can contribute to the support of the Civet Conservation Project."

I tried it and it makes a good espresso cup, No acidity, very smooth coffee. According to the research of the University of Florida, Kopi Luwak is the cleanest coffee you can find because of the care that comes into its processing knowing that it was digested by the civet.
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25 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Arfman on December 4, 2013
I just want to know if *any* of you people stating that this *particular* brand of coffee engages in animal cruelty have actually confirmed this through independent investigation. Caging civets is, of course, horrible. This type of coffee's genesis is from harvesting the excrement of wild civets living around coffee plantations. Is it far fetched there can be a legitimate grower that does exactly what it says? Why are you disparaging a company with no proof whatsoever. How about a featured article that talks about this coffee company from the Sierra Club? [...]

Quit slandering companies that are trying to do the right thing! FYI I have no affiliation with Amazon, Sierra Club or Any coffee growing plantation, distributor, etc. I work for an auto insurance company.
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31 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Publicus on November 21, 2013
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The people writing that this product supports animal cruelty are severely mistaken. This product is one of the few that uses 100% WILD sourced civet crap. So while other civet coffee may be morally objectionable in that the civets are treated like veal, this particular variety uses only WILD civet crap. Enjoy drinking your crap coffee guilt-free with this one!
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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Maximo Hernandez on November 4, 2013
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This is the best coffee ive ever had! Despite stigma about where it comes from, it blows any coffee ive ever had out of the water! Thank you very much I will return soon for a bigger order.
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16 of 21 people found the following review helpful By georgescu on February 8, 2014
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I am not the kind of person who wouldn't recommend this coffee because animal cruelty etc., but this is just regular coffee. Me and my wife drink coffee regularly , and not the cheap kind. We wanted to try this one since we heard is the smoothest with a delicious flavor etc. Well, ..... taste like just ordinary coffee. I could rate this coffee as a 2or 3 out of 5 , on a scale of good coffee. You can try it once out of curiosity like we did , but I'm sure you won't buy it regularly.
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14 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Jitzman on November 15, 2013
WOW Great coffee! Apparently the people that have commented before saying that this coffee is the by product of "animal cruelty" have never eaten chicken or beef!!!!!!!!! C'mon people, give it a rest. Rate the coffee please..... not the way we get it.
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18 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 29, 2014
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For $45 I purchased each of my sons-in-law the world's best coffee. They had about 8-10 cups of it for my investment.

They're pretty savvy about their coffee. They buy whole bean coffees from eclectic stores (NOT Starbucks) and fancy themselves connoisseurs. They said this coffee is good but didn't consider it stupendous - especially considering the price. Next time we'll try "Blue Mountain" coffee from Jamaica.

I suppose my money did buy a whole lot of poop jokes - and some great memories.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Mike in Honolulu on January 21, 2014
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this coffee was ok, got it off my bucket list, but was not anything special.

regular grocery store beans put through a cold brewing process produce a smoother coffee.

i did not see that they were robusta beans when i purchased this item, or i would not have bought it and gone with another brand.

the secret is to cold brew, and you get the perfect coffee.
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