Drinking Kopi Luwak ‘poop coffee’ in Indonesia
ON A BALINESE coffee plantation, during a downpour of torrential proportions, I swilled a cup of the world’s priciest and rarest coffee: Kopi Luwak. In gourmet establishments across the globe, this Indonesian java can cost upwards of $50 a cup. You may have heard of this particular coffee — it’s been featured in countless foodie publications, on Oprah, and in the film, The Bucket List.
Kopi Luwak beans are processed in an unusual way; they are extracted from animal excrement. You can get the straight scoop on Indonesia’s “poop coffee” at the Wedang Sari Plantation.
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