Bali: Luwak Coffee

Joel, the coffee connoisseur makes a pilgrimage to the Luwak Coffee farms in Bali. Luwak coffee is
among the most expensive in the world. But if you take a look at their operations and how Luwak
Coffee is produced, actually using the luwak animals as part of the processes, you’re in for quite a
surprise.
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5 Comments

  1. amit balchandani says:

    :) next is my turn! Can’t wait to try “poop” Luwak! Thanks Joel for showing this and I bet you had tasted the world most expensive coffee. :)

  2. Martin says:

    You can’t go wrong with Luwak coffee in Bali. It is all in the spiritual and exoticism that surrounds you when you enjoy the coffee or any foods for that matter. We loved Bali and especially the mesmerizing Ubud. Thanks for sharing your story Joel.

  3. Roy says:

    I’m not crazy over the coffee. I’d like to try to drink Luwak coffee

  4. Nae says:

    I honestly think it is popular because it is pooped out; this seems to be a novelty. I am sure you can find amazing coffee that an animal has not had to digest first. Gross.

  5. Brent says:

    258! I see that is pretty natural coffee cost $20 per cup! Bet Bali Coffee Shops drag all Rich Tourists and Royal Visitors to taste and drink this natural coffee.

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