NOTE: To the reviewers who are voicing concerns about how we source our coffee. We take sustainability and anti-cruelty seriously and no animals are harmed in the production of our coffee. Please let us know if you have any questions or would like to visit our farming co-op! We are happy to answer them, but please don’t post pictures of cruelty to animals that are not taken from our farms. Kopi luwak coffee is noticeably not bitter. It is intensely aromatic and have a complex flavor profile. Everything that is wrong about normal coffee is right in this. The Humbang Cooperative’s main business is selling regular coffee at the local market but they also make a small quantity of Kopi Luwak each harvest. We cut out layers of middlemen by bringing it directly from Indonesia – so we are able to offer this coffee at half of the market price. The farmers of Humbang Cooperative are generational smallholder farmers, and true shepherd of their land. Their practices are completely sustainable and for their Kopi Luwak coffee beans, the farmers do not come in contact with the animal at all. The coop also extends a warm welcome to all of you coffee connoisseurs to visit their plantation to see for yourself. :) Have a taste at the world’s most expensive coffee, a creation that was awarded the Nobel prize and mentioned in the movie “The Bucket List”. Our proceeds go toward education and vocational training for the people of Lintong Nihuta – Humbang Hasundutan – North Sumatra, Indonesia.
- 100 grams (3.5 oz) whole bean Kopi Luwak (wild civet) coffee, sustainably collected by a small organic farmer’s cooperative in North Sumatra, Indonesia.
- Noticeably not bitter, intensely aromatic and have a complex flavor profile.
- Great gift for the coffee connoisseurs.
- Proceeds go towards education and vocation training for the people of Lintong Nihuta, North Sumatra, Indonesia.