100% Certified Wild Kopi Luwak Coffee
“All our Wild Kopi Luwak coffee beans are wild sourced, containing pure Arabica varieties and explicitly collected and processed by the hands of our farmers and collectors”
|Gayo Highlands; Bener Meriah, Berewang Dewal
|Arabica , Central Aceh , Gayo 1 – Typica Various including
|1,100-1,500 meters (3,600-5,000 feet) above sea level
|Wild Kopi Luwak Gayo Mountain Arabica from Certified farms only. Wild processed
|Peaks in top crop periods: March-May and September-December
|100% Certified Wild Kopi Luwak by third party auditors
Wild Gayo Luwak Story
Wild Gayo Luwak provides the most exclusive Wild Kopi Luwak Gayo Arabica coffees from Sumatra. Foraged by experienced farmers who look for the “golden” coffee beans on their plantations. All our coffee beans are wild processed by the Palm Civet or Luwak in Indonesian. Wild Gayo Luwak is one of the industry leaders since 2010.
All our Wild Kopi Luwak coffee beans are pure Arabica variaties and explicitly collected and processed by the hands of our farmers. Our collecting and processing is improved in coorperation with the World Animal Protection and UTZ. Our methods and way of working to be the standard for certified Wild Kopi Luwak coffee from Sumatra, Indonesia.
Premium packed WILD kopi luwak coffee
Our coffee is freshly roasted upon order date and packed in a coffee bag with ziplock and one way degassing valve to allow liberation of gases.
Roasted Wild Gayo Luwak coffee comes in special bags which have a one way degassing valve to allow the liberation of gases caused after the roasting process and does not permit the entering of air. The oxygen along with light and humidity are the main “enemies” of coffee. The bags also contain a ziplock to preserve maximum freshness of the coffee…
THE DUTCH EAST INDIA COMPANY (V.O.C.)
They discovered that the coffee processed by the Luwak had an extraordinary flavor.
The Dutch East India Company (Dutch: Verenigde Oostindische Compagnie, VOC) was a chartered company established in 1602, when the States General of the Netherlands granted it a 21-year monopoly to carry out trade activities in Asia. It is often considered to have been the first multinational corporation in the world and it was the first company to issue stock. It…
GAYO MOUNTAIN ARABICA COFFEE BEANS
Our coffee has a taste profile that is smooth, earthy, and sweet with a hint of caramel and chocolate.
Coffees from Sumatra are known for their smooth, sweet body that is balanced and intense. Gayo Arabica coffee is grown on the hillsides surrounding the town of Takegon and Lake Tawar, at the northern tip of Sumatra, in the region of Aceh. Our Wild Gayo Luwak coffee comes from the Gayo highlands of Central Aceh, Sumatra. The coffee beans are organically…
KOPI LUWAK GAYO ARABICA Coffee
The Luwak is living wild and free in the highlands of the Gayo Mountains of North Sumatra, Indonesia.
The Luwak or Asian Palm Civet (Paradoxurus Hermaphroditus), also known as the Common Palm Civet or the Toddy Cat, is a cat-sized mammal in the family Viverridae native to South-east Asia and southern China who is the responsible of the fame of the Kopi Luwak or Civet Coffee. Luwak is the Indonesian name given to the Asian Palm Civet. The…
~ We have been sourcing, processing and exporting genuine Wild foraged
Kopi Luwak coffee from Indonesia since 2010 ~
FORAGED WILD, COLLECTED & PROCESSED
These transformed beans found, noticeably more brittle, are carefully washed, dried on african beds and sorted..
The wild Luwak sniffs out only the very ripest coffee cherries, which it eats as part of its natural mixed diet. After chewing the fruity exterior of the coffee cherry, the Luwak swallows the bean whole. Enzymes within it’s stomach massage the beans, changing their overall protein structure. This process enhances the sweetness and brightness of the bean. By defecating he…
ROASTED TO PERFECTION
Our Kopi Luwak coffee beans are medium roasted and in small batches, not to destroy the complex flavors.
Alike many other coffee types, our Kopi Luwak Gayo Arabica is medium roasted, not to destroy the complex flavors acquired during both processes. Afterwards, beans need to be cooled quickly to stop the roasting process and to allow the aroma to be fixed and the oil substances to be condensed. Wild Gayo Luwak coffee has an individual depth of roast…