The origin of this coffee title is interpreted like this: Kopi means coffee in Indonesia, and the word Luwak is a name that locals call the Asian palm civet - an animal, which is the primary and the main producer of this coffee.
The Asian palm civet, one might say, is a gourmet itself - this animal has a very good sense of smell and eats only the best coffee fruit that is fully ripe. Even professional and most experienced coffee pickers could hardly compete with these animals, which collect coffee beans so accurately.
When coffee beans are processed in civet's gastrointestinal tract, thanks to the natural fermentation, the natural qualities of coffee beans are enhanced. Olso their aroma is highlighted and complemented by a new range of flavors and aromas.
Kopi Luwak has a unique, rich taste and thick consistency. Due to the natural fermentation in the civet's gastrointestinal tract causes that the beans lose their bitterness and takes on a distinctive flavor.
Kopi Luwak has a special aroma that is strong and refreshing at the same time, and includes the earth, wild jungle, nuts and chocolate notes. Kopi Luwak leaves a pleasant aftertaste after enjoying it.