The most expensive coffee in the world is grown in Indonesia and referred to as Civet or Kopi Luwak coffee. The Asian Palm Civet a wild rodent eats the coffee cherries but can’t digest them. After the cherries have been fully digested farmers pick them up and sell the coffee beans for upwards of over $100.00 per pound.
28th Aug 2019
Coffee starts out as a yellow berry, changes into a red berry and then is picked by hand to harvest. Through water soaking process the red berry is de-shelled and left inside is the green coffee bean. This bean then dries in the sun for 3-5 days where it is then packed and ready for sale.
15th Jul 2019
It's been 6 years since our last website re-design and were proud to bring you this brand new, easy to navigate website. You'll enjoy larger fonts, larger images, larger everything, plus we now offer gift certificates, more promotions, newsletters and a weekly updated blog. We also will be incorporating international shipping and expedited shipping services within the U.S. along with our standard free shipping, look for these shipping options to come.
15th Feb 2014