Animal Poop Coffee

What better way to start the day by waking up in the morning and smelling the coffee,  specially when that coffee is made of a special blend of animal poop! Yes you read that right! We are talking about a coffee made of animal poop!

I know what you are thinking, and no, I am not making this up!

What I am talking about is a certain blend of coffee that is prized by the most hard-core coffee(and presumably feces) enthusiasts around the world - the Kopi Luwak or Kape Alamid!

To create this so called Kape Alamid, wild coffee beans are fed to even wilder civet cats (A ferret looking furry mammal). Once the civet cats have their fill, you have to wait a bit till the small animals take a dump and then you start picking up the pooped-up nuggets of coffee beans to make your own steaming cup of aromatic crappoccino.

Poop from this animal make good coffee

The Civet Cat is the souce of the world's most expensive crap!

I can not but imagine the scene of the very first person drinking the very first cup of civet-cat crap. What would that be like and what was he thinking? What really happened there? Did he loose on a bet or a dare? Was he high one something? Or was he just a coffee enthusiast experimenting on new ways to make his coffee? Did he try drinking other animals' feces before hitting the motherload with the civet? These are hard questions that I do not have the answers to.

But what boggles my mind most is how the hell did he manage to convince everyone else to try and eventually buy all this sh!t?

So, how does this crap taste like? I would not know, because frankly, this unusual beverage is  one of the most expensive coffee (and possibly dung as well) in the world, reserved not only for the bravest but also the wealthiest of people - neither would describe this writer.

But I'm sure this coffee tastes like crap, and, in this case, I guess that should be a good thing right?

If you are wondering what goes well with your toilet mug, then there is no question that the crappoccino is the way to go!

If you want to go all out, then prepare to dump $168.95 American dollars for a pound of pure wild civet coffee.

Give me the good stuff!

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