What is the best and the most expensive coffee??

@Devilova (5396)
Indonesia
June 20, 2010 12:02pm CST
For caffeine addict, did You know the best and the most expensive coffee?? We call it KOPI LUWAK, It's from LUWAK guano.Then cleaned and get processed to a nice and great coffee. Have You ever feel it?? The price is more then $200 a pond.
4 responses
@rameshchow (5284)
• India
8 Jul 10
Hi devilova, i am also like coffee. But i never thought about expensive coffee, i always think that there are many poor and illeterate people are there in my village who atleast dont know about coffee. I wonna develope them. I can do it definately. I wanna develope my localitly.
@Devilova (5396)
• Indonesia
4 Jan 11
Yes, we have to try that. Even how hard we will get into it, but for the goodness of many poeples that worth to be try.
• India
8 Jan 11
what madam, from 7months onwards where were u gone..........? r u forget mylot community
• India
8 Jan 11
re-welcome to mylot community.... do u know "salarjung museum?"
@magtibaygom (4865)
• Philippines
7 Jul 10
I think the best and the most expensive of all coffee is the one I have seen on TV. The coffee that comes from the coffee beans eaten by a cat named locally here as "Alamid". The cat then stored the beans in its digestive tract, and then eliminated together with the fecal matter.
@louievill (18429)
• Philippines
30 Dec 10
You are right, Alamid coffee, found in the Philippines is the same coffee as the Indonesian kopi luwak cause both countries had bee producing it for years and we are very fortunate it is not that expensive herehttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kopi_Luwak
@Devilova (5396)
• Indonesia
4 Jan 11
Well, if the broker have take a play on a business. The first habds or the produser will get the pain. They will get the lowest prices from the fact.
@atha13 (160)
• Malaysia
20 Jun 10
Hi Devilova, how are you? Even though I am a coffee lover,I don't know quite exactly which coffee is the most expensive. But I've heard about kopi luwak before when I with a group of friends visited Bali last year. So I'm guessing you are from Indonesia, is it correct? By the way, talking about coffee luwak, our tour guide in Bali brought us to Oka Agro Wisata where they show us types of Balinese coffee and how they are processed. When they introduced kopi luwak to us, we were really shocked not only of its expensive price but also after we learnt where it is coming from...which is from fox dung! Our tour guide said that kopi luwak has medical benefits and good for the health. Well, I didn't mind to try it but the workers there said it was not available for testing because of its expensive price. If we want to try it, we have to buy it but none of us were willing to spend our money for a very expensive coffee! Maybe next time, I guess...
@Devilova (5396)
• Indonesia
21 Jun 10
How much You need to pay a glass of coffee?? If You want to try it at that time??
@max1950 (2313)
• United States
20 Jun 10
i had a demitasse of kopi luwak 3 weeks ago and it cost me 40 bucks, to me it tastes a little like wood, but it does give a creamy head. i drink hawaiian kona, at 32 dollars a pound but not often, when the time of the year is right i'll but a pound or 2 of jamaican blue mountain which is usually in the 30 dollar range. my daily coffee is sumatra from starbucks, nice and strong.
@Devilova (5396)
• Indonesia
20 Jun 10
Look like You are coffee addict, and Your daily was from Indonesian products.Nice to hear that, make me proud.