"Wild Kopi Luwak Traceability"


Wild Gayo Luwak provides the world’s finest, animal friendly Wild Kopi Luwak Arabica coffee beans. These are processed by the Palm Civet or Luwak in Indonesian. The Luwak is living freely in the highlands of the Gayo Mountains in Northern Sumatra and consumes by instinct only the best coffee cherries. We cooperated with the World Animal Protection to look for serious actions to ban the use of caged Luwak’s and to ensure our Wild Kopi Luwak coffee is genuine and traceable to the Sumatran farmer.

Country : Indonesia
Regio : Sumatra
Sub-region : Gayo Highlands; Bener Meriah, Berewang Dewal
Varietal : Arabica , Central Aceh , Gayo 1 , Various including
Altitude : 1,100-1,500 meters (3,600-5,000 feet) above sea level
Method : Wild Kopi Luwak Gayo Mountain Arabica from Certified farms only. Semi-washed
Harvest : Trough out the whole year, peaks in top crop periods: March/April and September/October

~ We have been sourcing, processing and exporting the finest certified wild foraged kopi luwak coffees from Indonesia since 2010 ~


The Luwak is living wild and free in the highlands of the Gayo Mountains of North Sumatra, Indonesia.

The major population of this animal habits the islands of Sumatra, Java, Bali and Sulawesi in the Indonesian Archipelago. “Civet” comes from the Arabic word “zabad”. Kopi Luwak Gayo is collected in the highlands of the Gayo Mountains on the beautiful island Sumatra. The Asian palm civet is a small, mottled gray and black viverrid weighing 2 to 5kg. It has a body length of about 53cm with a 48cm long tail. Its long, stocky body is covered with coarse, shaggy hair that is usually greyish in color. There is a white mask across the forehead, a small white patch under each eye, a white spot on each side of the nostrils, and a narrow dark line between the eyes. The muzzle, ears, lower legs, and distal half of the tail are black, with three rows of black markings on the body.