Friday, November 16, 2012

Civet Coffee, dubbed as the most expensive coffee and most-sought after coffee worldwide on several literatures and news wires. Even BBC in the UK, in 2006, has run an article about the best-kept secret of the Philippines in terms of the coffee industry.

 The most expensive Civet Coffee. Mt. Apo Civet Coffee is accordingly roasted to perfection using traditional methods after harvesting droppings of the Alamid, a variety of carnivorous cat-like animal internationally known as palm civet. They feasted on red cherries of coffee and the acidity of the coffee is tempered in their digestive tracts and their droppings of coffee beans are worth gold. Coffee aficionados worldwide attest of the great taste of civet coffee. The coffee cherries fermented in the stomach of the Alamid and disposed off as their droppings made the coffee more balanced and aromatic.

The actual droppings of the civet (Alamid) and also the pre-processed beans and sought detailed processing until the roasted beans are neatly packed and sold in markets nationwide. The 85g roasted coffee bean costs Php1000 (SRP in Davao City) while a cup of its tasteful civet coffee costs Php150 or roughly around $3.50, half the cost of the same in Manila, San Francisco, New York, Paris and London.

For orders of this best-kept secret coffee in the Philippines, you can call or text Mt. Apo Civet Coffee at 09236586042/286-8883.




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