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Checkout The Most Expensive Coffee In The World Made From Animal's Faeces.

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Some things about this life still amazes me, I think everything in this life is very important. No one is more important than the other, the only problem is that we are yet to know the value of others.

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Coffee is one of the most consumed foods on earth. It is just like a must drink in many homes in America, Europe, Asia, etc. I think they use it the same way we use kola nut in this part of the world. This is why it shouldn't be that costly because you can get it from any family.

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But the above is not the case of Kopi Luwak or the Civet Coffee which the price is from $100 to $500 per kilogram in most developed countries.

Kopi Luwak is made from Coffee Cherries literally shit out by an Asian Civet. The digestion process causes the beans to ferment making them an extraordinary quality.

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Asian palm civets (Paradoxurus hermaphroditus) are increasingly caught in the wild and traded for this particular purpose. This Kopi Luwak is produced mainly in the Indonesian Islands of Sumatra, Java, Bali, Sulawesi, and in East Timor.

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It can also be gotten in the Philippines, where the product is being referred to as kape motit in the Cordillera region.

In some five star hotels in Nigeria, the price is about #115, 000. This is to tell you how costly the coffee is being sold for. The coffee is meant for only the rich because I'm not sure if an average person would like to spend this much just to take a coffee.

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