Taste An Authentic, Wild Kopi Luwak Coffee Of Specialty Grade!


Wild Kopi Luwak

£50.00 or £50.00 £45.00 / month

Regarded as the most expensive coffee in the world, Kopi Luwak is often a big disappointment for true coffee connoisseurs. This is because the Civet cats which digest the coffee, are almost always caged, which is both cruel and disastrous to the delicate processing that would otherwise produce a tasty cup.


At Difference Coffee, we source our Kopi Luwak from Gayo Estate, the only certified Wild Luwak Estates in Indonesia. The Luwak cats roam wild and select only the ripest coffee cherries, which get depulped through natural digestion. It is then taken through a series of washing, and quality sorting based on the most rigorous criteria set by the Specialty Coffee Association. The result is simple, a delicious and delicate coffee made the way nature has intended it to.

Prices start at £45.00 per Box of 10 capsules



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Tasting Notes

The White Truffle of Coffee

Aroma

Forest woods and Dark cocoa beans.

Taste

Full bodied with gentle acidity and low bitterness.

By: Jonny England, Roast Master & Q Grader
Serving Suggestion

Serving Suggestion

30ml Espresso Shot

30ml Espresso Shot

The ideal serving measure for optimal balanced extraction

Milk

Milk

Milk will add creaminess to the body, for a rich experience

Long Black

Long Black

Long Black - Add 2 shots of water

The Wild Civet Coffee

Kopi Luwak, often referred to as ‘the world’s most expensive coffee’, derives its name from the Indonesian civet cat. The Luwak cat selects only the most perfectly ripened berried, a process of meticulous inspection and one of the reasons why wild kopi Luwak is so prized. In addition, the consumption of these berries begins a unique process that uses the Luwak’s natural enzymes to remove any bitterness from the bean. This results in a coffee full and heavy in body with chocolate and caramel undertones.

Coffee in Good Spirits


Technical Info


EstateGayo Estate
OriginSumatra, Indonesia
ProcessSemi - Washed
Strength7
Altitude1,000 - 1,500M
Harvest2018
Roast LevelMedium
Min. Net Weight50G