Sea Island Coffee Wild Kopi Luwak Coffee Northern Sumatra Cafetiere/Filter Grind Tin Set, 50 g
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- Foraged wild animal coffee
- Elegant coffee, a true gastronomic wonder
- Exclusive to Sea Island Coffee
- Rare and extraordinary
- Freshly roasted in the UK and bespoke packaged to order
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The ‘magic’ of Kopi Luwak occurs in two parts. First, the Wild Luwak, using its acute sense of smell, selects the ripest coffee cherries. Even the most experienced knowledgeable picker cannot match the Luwak’s ability to differentiate and select with such a discriminating precision. Then as it passes through the Luwak the digestive acids create a molecular change in the coffee bean, leaving it discernibly more brittle once collected and dried, enhancing the beans natural qualities.
Each order comes with 1 x Wild Kopi Luwak Coffee, Northern Sumatra - Cafetiere/Filter Grind (50g)
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But really this is a No star product. Absoloutely appalling and horrendous product. Never believe any industry/company claiming that they give fair treatment (no abuse- torture) because its just waht the consumer likes to hear. This is what happens:
"The wild civet is kept in a tiny wire cage, force-fed massive amounts of coffee cherries, suffers malnutrition, injury and worse. These innocent creatures endure this cruelty - often going insane from the captivity - just so someone, usually thousands of miles away, can pay a ridiculous sum for a beverage made of poop. By continuing to sell kopi luwak, Amazon.com, the world's largest online retailer, appears to condone the capture, abuse and force-feeding of the tiny civet."
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