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    I believe that only a small percentage that is sold is actually real. I just roasted up a batch for a local brewery and it tasted of straight mushroom. I personally am not a fan of earthy coffee. I like bright and clean.
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    Quote Originally Posted by topher View Post
    I believe that only a small percentage that is sold is actually real. I just roasted up a batch for a local brewery and it tasted of straight mushroom. I personally am not a fan of earthy coffee. I like bright and clean.
    Similar experience... had it at SCA... dirty and mushroomy... not a fan (ethically or the taste)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Musicphan View Post
    Similar experience... had it at SCA... dirty and mushroomy... not a fan (ethically or the taste)
    I agree ethically on the caged type, taste is ok but the cost vs flavor is a tough cookie to crack.

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    I would personally avoid this coffee, most commonly now, if you can get your hands on actual civet coffee, the animals are often kept in cages and not really treated well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 211bma View Post
    I would personally avoid this coffee, most commonly now, if you can get your hands on actual civet coffee, the animals are often kept in cages and not really treated well.
    I completely agree, but still that is way better than "factory farming" animals in USA or any other countries....
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LQRAfJyEsko

    check out this 2018 documentary about factory animal farming.

 

 
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