The world’s most costly espresso beans are handpicked from the droppings of the civet cat | Anita Durairaj

The world’s most costly espresso beans are handpicked from the droppings of the civet cat | Anita Durairaj

The Kopi Luwak is taken into account to be the world’s most costly espresso bean. It’s an Indonesian espresso that consists of partially digested espresso beans or cherries. The espresso cherries are eaten by the Asian palm civet. The cherries are fermented as they move by way of the civet’s gut and are defecated out.