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Coffeefun launches Kopi Luwak Civet Cat Coffee for sale online

DBR Staff Writer Published 08 December 2010

Coffeefun.com, an online coffee shop, has added Kopi Luwak coffee to its range of offerings. Kopi Luwak is an Indonesian coffee made from beans that have been excreted by a palm civet cat. The coffee originates from the Indonesian Islands of Sulawesi, Sumatra and Java.

Kopi Luwak coffee is derived from the droppings of Asian Palm Civet Cat which inhabit in the Sumatran Islands.

The coffee is made from the coffee cherries which have been eaten by and passed through the animal's digestive tract. The droppings are then collected and washed hygienically and given a light roast.

Most of the very limited supply of Kopi Luwak comes from Sumatra, Indonesia, Vietnam and Philippines and that too in a very small proportion.

Coffeefun offers consumers all possible Kopi Luwak coffee grades including Grade I, which is the Civet in natural habitat, Grade II, that's Civet in captivity, Grade III the Civet in captivity and coffee cherries not fully digested and also Grade IV - various blends with low Luwak percentages.

Coffeefun specializes in providing quality different coffee brands, coffee makers, pods, coffee grinders and coffee percolators.