endorse Luwak weasel coffee
In the world of coffee, the rarest
coffee used to be Jamaican Blue Mountain, a favorite
of caffeine-charged Oracle professionals. Well, Jamaican Blue
Mountain coffee has now been displaced by Luwak coffee a rare bean,
shat from Indonesian weasels.
In this note below we have an Oracle
experts appraisal of this rare and expensive beverage:
"The flavor is strong and complex,
but without the bitterness usually associated with coffees that
are this rich. There is a pleasant earthy flavor I cannot quite
place. I can honestly say it stands apart from every other coffee
Iíve ever had.
The bouquet has a lot to do with the flavor of this coffee.
While Iím at a loss to describe it, it is very pleasant and quite
unusual. Iím trying it black now, and even in the absence of sugar
there is not even a hint of bitterness.
The aftertaste dissipates quickly much like a pure Hawaiian
Kona. Itís a smooth finish with a slight nuttiness to it. The
perfect finish to the perfect cup. Both with cream and sugar, as
well as black this is an outstanding cup of coffee.
This is one of the best, most unique coffees Iíve ever had.
If you or someone you know are the type of person who seeks out the
best coffee in town."
Luwak coffee starts at only $20 for a
tasting and comes in a handsome display case:
Coffee is a rare gourmet coffee, with less than 300 kilograms
available each year at an accepted market price of approximately
$1,000 per kilogram. It is produced in the stomach of an animal
which limits the supply and adds to the air of mystery surrounding
this most unusual beverage."