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The Truth Behind the World’s Most Expensive Coffee

Civet coffee, also known as Kopi Luwak is Indonesian in origin and is produced from coffee beans that have been consumed and then digested by the Indonesian palm civet or civet cat.

The justification of the price of this coffee, which can range from $35 to $100 per cup in an average American coffee shop, is said to be a combination of the unique taste of the coffee and the unusual way that it’s produced.

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AeroPress Coffee – What is it?

To some people, AeroPress coffee might look more like a science experiment than a coffee brewing method, and we’d say that it’s a bit of both.

AeroPress coffee makers are just over 10 years old and were first invented in 2005. The actual method of brewing the coffee is very similar to that of drip or filter coffee that was covered in our previous article, ‘What makes drip coffee different?’

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