What is your favorite coffee?
|Jack Nicholson drink kopi luwak in Bucket List movie. Image: youtube.com|
Surprise yourself with Kopi Luwak, a very unique and rare coffee from Paradise island such as Bali, Sumatera or Java island. Kopi Luwak or Civet coffee (the mongoose coffee), is different from the coffee from Africa, Jamaica, Gayo, Java, or coffee is grown in Colombia.
Before you drink civet coffee, perhaps you need to know the unique story of this rare civet coffee. Why Kopi Luwak or civet Coffee so rare?
Are you a fan of coffee or a true coffee connoisseur? If you are one of the coffee addict, then you must have heard about the reputation of Kopi Luwak. Now, you can get this strange coffee in a coffee shop in a few well-known cosmopolitan city, not only in Jakarta. Just look for the information on Google or other search engines, you even can buy kopi luwak online at reputable online stores.
The mission Morgan Freeman is trying to complete by that is "laugh until crying" and the result is wonderful. I hope you will love it as much as I did. The second scene is when Jack Nicholson character offers the coffee to someone else.This scene in my eyes is so typical to the characters Jack Nicholson plays and it is simply fun to watch. Again, I hope you will find it amusing as much as I did.
Kopi Luwak is Robusta or Arabica coffee beans which have been eaten by and passed through the digestive tract of the Indonesian Civet (family of Viverridae). This process takes place on the islands of Sumatra, Java and Sulawesi in the Indonesian Archipelago. If you are a fan of Oprah Show, the Oprah Winfrey has also been made a subject kopi luwak, so the coffee is more famous. It's true, kopi luwak is the most exotic coffee in the world.
"Kopi" is the Indonesian word for coffee and "Luwak" is local name of this animal which eats the raw red coffee 'cherries' as part of its usual diet. This animal eats a mixed diet of insects, small mammals and fruits along with the softer outer part of the coffee cherry but do not digest the inner beans, instead excreting them still covered in some inner layers of the cherry.
Locals then gather the beans -- which come through the 'animal stage' fairly intact -- and sell them on to dealers. It is believed that enzymes in the stomach of the civet add to the coffee's flavor through fermentation of some type. To add your knowledge of kopi luwak, you can visit the beautiful coffee plantation in Kintamani, Bali. And you can sample the delights of this coffee plantation atmosphere cool and silence.
Would you like to taste this rare coffee? You can also try Kopi Luwak from Bali. The taste is very unique. It’s rather expensive, but you will taste a great coffee from Indonesia. You can buy this fantastic coffee online or just go to your favourite cafe.
Imagine if one day, that espresso or cappuccino that you drink uses Kopi Luwak, as the main concoction, so that you will enjoy a delicious coffee in different fragrance, there is even a special delicacy that can not be found on Gayo coffee, Vietnamese or Jamaican coffee or "elephant dung coffee ".