They talk about Kopi Luwak...
«The most expensive cup of joe, in the minds of many coffee drinkers, is a $4 coffee at Starbucks . Perhaps a half-caf soy almond latte prepared by a favorite barista.
But for serious coffee connoisseurs, people who are looking for a world-class drink rather than a “gourmet” cup, the top fare is made from the highest-quality beans in the world. The beans come from very specific regions and are prized for their unique characteristics. Cultivated on small farms, they are coddled by farmers who care more about quality than quantity.» Lire la suite
“Natalia Ledoux visited several Indonesian cooperatives before she began distributing the grand cru here and abroad. By choosing to work with Balinese plantations that grow both coffee and oranges, allow the civets their freedom and strive to be ecological, she can offer the ultimate Kopi Luwak arabica bean, roasted at the last moment in small quantities for greater uniformity and maximum freshness. Fashion designer Denis Gagnon volunteered to be the bean’s ambassador here at home….” Read more
“Ko-pee-loo-ak, Jack Nicholson articulates in Rob Reiner’s movie The Bucket List, before taking small sips, his eyes half-closed, of the most expensive espresso in the world. Morgan Freeman later enlightens him on the unsuspected path taken by these revered coffee beans.” See more