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coffee beans from an animal's bottom?!!

jokerman

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Oct 6, 2006
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Feeding a Luwak bourbon. That would be interesting. What could one call such a place that did that? "Drunkin Luwak Farm? "

Think of the danger. Trying to tend to hung over Luwak's. Think I'll just stick to simple Boubon Coffee :D

I know this might be off subject, but since you were telling me that Indonesia does not typically produce nuttier tastes, then what would you suggest?
 

Susanto

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May 13, 2006
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It's come interesting now... many people talk abt KL...
How r u mr Alun...??

I learn much abt KL.. until now i still collect the genuine KL beans from my own plantation.

http://waroeng-kopi.indonetwork.co.id

To mr Alun: what next info from CG?.. abt my KL sample..

thanks
 

SFG75

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Dec 29, 2004
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Midwest
$160.00 is awfully steep for me. If we got enough people to split the cost so that everyone could get a pound of the stuff and it would cost each person $10.00 or $20.00, I'd love to do a split.

Anyone interested? If so, post or PM and let's talk.
 

topgourmetcoffee

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Nov 25, 2006
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Fort Worth, Texas
This surely would have to be a joke, right!

Why would anyone pay for coffee that has come from such a process. That is absurd. Why would this help in any fashion after the coffee bean has been grown?
 

topher

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Aug 14, 2003
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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.
 

Musicphan

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May 11, 2014
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Kansas City
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)
 

211bma

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Jul 12, 2015
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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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