The Most Expensive Coffee in the World 2019

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The world most expensive coffee is Kopi Luwak. Can you believe that this coffee made from not the beans which bare in the tree? This coffee beans produced from the digested by a cat called Palm Civet or also Civet cat Lives in Indonesia. The Name of this Kopi Luwak comes from the Indonesian language. Kopi is equal for Coffee whereas Luwak represents Palm civet.

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Why High Price?

The reason behind these Kopi Luwak sales at the highest price due to its uncommon method of production and the flavour. This made from coffee cherries which have been bitten, digested and defecated by the animal who is in between cat and raccoon called palm civet. Since this coffee cannot produce on a larger scale and within the market it is under short supply item, the price of the Coffee is at a high level.

What Makes the Difference?

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The difference between the other coffees and the Kopi Luwak is the flavour of the coffee. In general, the coffee is produced from coffee beans which plucked from farmers and they load them in the factory, where the beans are getting dusted. But, when making Kopi Luwak, farmers plucked those coffees from the tree and fed to Civet cat as a food. So as per their viewpoint, the cat not only exacts the coffee cherry but also they absorb the other all good things inside the coffee cherry. Therefore it will comfort to make a favourable change into the flavour.

Hidden Truth Behind the Story

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Even though Kopi Luwak is the expensive coffee, there is a dark and sad side inside of this Coffee. Since this is a classy product, farmers are tending to be caged and feed animal where they can make high profit by forgetting that this product is related to natural cultivation.

The traditional Kopi Luwak is on best quality since the Luwak is the one who decides and selects the cherries which should be eating or not by roaming around the coffee plantation. But these days most of them are caged and they taste the cherries which is given by the farmers where most of the beans are uneaten. So this may result in the lower quality of the product where the fake goods sell in the market.

If this happens not in a natural way, in the near future the organizations which stand for animal rights will speak against the Kopi Luwak.

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