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
- 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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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.
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.
I included an image of Civet Cat stool as I had never considered how appetizing cat crap could be. Thank you Forest Blends for expanding my horizons and providing me another valuable lesson about the virtue of recycling.
I had my reservations, yet I was fully willing to try it... This is the first cup of "coffee" that I've ever drank that I didn't need to put in at least a tablespoon of sugar to be able to drink it... If all coffee tasted like this does, it would be our national drink...
This was an overall very good experience. I ground it fresh for French Press, and it was a very mild but unique flavor. I was expecting some kind of "slap you in the face, OMG-do-you-know-how-this-is-made" kind of experience, but it as a refined enjoyable cup of coffee.
Not sure if it's psycho-somatic, but don't stick your nose in the bag and expect a Dunkin Donuts coffee aroma. If you're looking at this I assume you know it's origin. 'Nuff said. Once ground and brewed, very enjoyable.
On my scale of coffee experiences (where 0 was a cup from an automatic vending machine in the 70's and 10 is the cup I had in a village in Tanzania near Kilimanjaro that was grown/harvested/dried/roasted/ground and brewed without ever contacting metal) I'd give this a solid 7.
Then there's the shear amusement of sharing some with someone and then telling them what Civet Coffee is. That is priceless.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This coffee is delicious. The only problem is that my cats keep dying. Good thing cats are cheap. All my friends think my coffee is the best. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Patrick A. Donovan
If you like a dark robust coffee, this is not for you. Very mild, aromatically earthy, similar to a tea.Published 2 months ago by Momma Beth
Due to the increased demand for this type of coffee, and the disappointing willingness of huge retailers-like Amazon-to mass market this coffee, civets are now being held in small,... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jessica
Wow, I always wondered what made this coffee so expensive and what did it taste like. I was extremely surprised to find a sample size that I could afford. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Mistress Purple
I hope buyers know that the civets are force fed the coffee beans. So this a product of cruelty plain and simplePublished 5 months ago by SKG