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1.03.2006
:: Shit ::


I can honestly say I've had coffee that tastes like shit. The thing is, to me at least, it tastes pretty much like regular coffee. It smells like regular coffee too, but still, I can also honestly say it smells like shit. Then again, it really is shit.

Kopi Luwak beans come from the droppings of the Luwak (Paradoxurus hermaphroditus), a small, tree-dwelling marsupial found in Indonesia. These nocturnal creatures, though primarily carnivorous, occasionally treat themselves to ripe coffee cherries. The coffee beans in the cherries somehow pass through the creature's digestive system intact, but not before going through some significant changes. It seems that the beans ferment in the animals's stomach and react with some enzymes, adding "something unique to the coffee's flavor." When the beans come out, they are carefully cleaned, roasted, and sold.

Mind you, this shit doesn't come cheap. These excretions will set you back at least $5 a cup. A quarter of a pound will cost you some $75. Compare that to roughly $40 for a whole pound of Jamaican Blue Mountain - one of the more expensive types of coffee.

So, would you care for a cup of brewed shit?

comments: 4 | add yours
now that shits the spot!!!

by Anonymous jayvee @ 19:53  
It's the most expensive coffee in the world. Got my hands on the 2006 Guiness Book of World Records a few days ago. Im not sure, but the most expensive grape-- like, GRAPE, not grapes? But then, Im not sure, too)-- costs $1000. I THINK LANG ha, haha.

by Anonymous helga @ 21:19  
My comment up there is, like, the worst constructed sentence EVER.

by Anonymous helga @ 21:20  
jv: punny.

helga: nope. d pnka wrst sen10ses r n d blogs dt r... agh! the worst constructed sentences are in the blogs written much the same way i was trying to write in the previous sentence. damn that was hard.

by Blogger drivebyshooter @ 21:47