Che Nung Coffee Luwak special offer for you who put 100% quality, pure and the authenticity of civet coffee. We process them naturally without any mixture of ingredients because we have the coffee plantation and animal husbandry mongoose own.

Che Nung Luwak coffee processed from robusta coffee species that our choice of a direct quotation from robusta coffee trees. We reap the fruits of coffee only when the coffee fruit has a red-black.

After picking the fruit of our coffee will be our first washing until the pesticide chemicals that attach to the fruit into clean coffee. Coffee fruit that has been cleared of chemical pesticides will we give to our livestock animal mongoose.

Average of all our livestock animal mongoose got coffee fruit per day as much as 1 (one) kg. From 1 kg of fruit per day we had coffee and washing our choice, not all the animals eat the mongoose. Mongoose animal is only able to eat as much as 300-500 grams of fruit per day with the coffee between 200-400 grams of wet Luwak coffee per day.

How we feed our livestock animal mongoose is different from other mongoose animal husbandry. We never impose our pet mongoose to eat as much as possible by inserting the beans into a banana or papaya. This can be viewed from our Luwak coffee chunks, chunks of our Luwak coffee beans are 100% guaranteed to the old and the best because the animals will not eat fruit Luwak coffee when the coffee fruit is not ripe coffee cherries are correct or the best.

Luwak coffee is the best coffee in the world. This can be seen from civet coffee price was fantastic and expensive almost in every café or coffee shop in other countries. Civet coffee prices in Europe and the United States range from $ 30 to $ 100 per cup. In Indonesia the price of civet coffee on sale between Rp. 80,000 to Rp. 125,000 per cup. Not because the problem is the price that makes the best coffee Luwak Coffee Luwak coffee but does have a taste of coffee is so delicious, soft and durable in our mouths.

Overview of the beginnings of history found in civet coffee that is so sensational :

The origin of civet coffee that is in year 1830’s, at that time Indonesia was colonized by the Netherlands and Dutch Colonies ordered for the opening of large scale coffee plantations in Sumatra and Java with the type of Arabica coffee seedlings in brought directly from Yemen.

At that time also known as forced cultivation, the indigenous native to Indonesia are required to gardening coffee, which results from the coffee plantation shall submit to the colony in the Netherlands. Workers are forbidden to enjoy the coffee in the coffee fruit in their planting by this case are supervised directly by the sudagar who came from Holland.

For many years coffee plantation workers could only see a red coffee fruit without being able to enjoy the taste of coffee beans and accidentally coffee farm workers often find that shaped lump of dirt containing coffee beans, it turns out searchingly ssetelah in these blocks is the dirt that comes from the disposal of animal civet (civet).

Animals civet (civet) only able to digest fruit and coffee beans are eaten by animals weasel out again through the dirt itself. Because the workers so wanted to be able to enjoy the taste of coffee beans, finally they collect this civet droppings and processed by the coffee plantation workers.

Civet droppings who are collected by the workers in coffee plantations appeared to have a sense that is so delicious and flavorful sharp. Finally news of civet droppings containing coffee beans are spread widely by the masses to the merchant’s garden to the European Continent.

Finally coffee from civet dung into a valuable souvenir for a very delicious taste and aroma of coffee is sharp. So Luwak coffee already become the best and most expensive coffee since ancient times in because of the rare and unique this Luwak coffee.

Luwak coffee for this day

Animals Civet (Paradoxorus hermaproditus) are animals that have habitats in the vicinity of Southeast Asia but only Luwak from Indonesia who ate the best coffee and produce manure with the best coffee beans. Various ways done to get civet coffee, anyone doing a search through a long enough into the wilderness with a lot of coffee trees to capture how weasel or mongoose way on release in the coffee plantation that had entered the harvest season, and all day coffee collectors mongoose was looking around coffee plantations.

Luwak coffee is so famous until time to make some quarters doubted if Luwak coffee is truly the best coffee in the world. Finally there are researchers from the countries Canada, Massimo Marcone which proves that the protein content in the stomach that makes Luwak coffee beans ferment and more perfectly cooked so that the resulting feeling much better and solid than the other coffee.

Civet coffee fame until it reaches parts of the world to make this Luwak coffee prices soared far, some countries only among the upper classes are able to drink this coffee. Luwak coffee has even had time to get into the event Realty Show that in waveguides by Oprah Winfrey to crowned as the most expensive meal number 2 in the world by Forbes magazine.

Now to get civet coffee is pretty easy, in Indonesia has been quite a lot of animal breeders mongoose one of them is Chenung Coffee Luwak’s plantations which have more than 100 hectares and has its own farms in the Way Tenung, Sumatra, Indonesia.

Lots of demand for civet coffee from around the world, but because of the difficulty of breed and collecting the civet droppings containing coffee beans civet coffee stocks often lack.

Civet coffee according to Dr. Phaidon L Toruan, Healthy Living and Dr.Ir. Yadi Haryadi, MSc Food Technology IPB Expert (Bandung Institute of Agriculture), which we have quoted from detik health: “Civet Coffee does not contain pesticides”

If you are coffee drinkers in one day more than 2 times then you better start now turn to because the content of Pesticides Luwak Coffee at the regular coffee in general is very risky for you and can cause cancer, ADHD in children, disorders of the nervous system and weaken the system immunity.

Pesticides are often referred to as ‘poison’ but for the farmers who use pesticides to prevent damage to the crop due to pests or spoilage. Although a certain amount of pesticide use for crops can still be tolerated by our bodies but it would be much better if as much as possible to avoid pesticides.

But now we do not really worry about the coffee-containing pesticides such as you can still enjoy free coffee with your own. Decent coffee drink and not risk the health and it is “civet coffee”. Why? Because pesticides on Luwak coffee has been “cleaned” naturally in animal stomachs often called civet or Luwak.

Still according to Dr. Phaidon is also author of “Fat Loss Not Weight Loss”, fermentation in the stomach of animals mongoose gives the chemical composition changes in coffee beans, increase coffee taste quality, lower protein levels of automation and higher fat.

The same was conveyed by Dr. Ir Yadi Haryadi, MSc Food Technology IPB Expert (Bandung Institute of Agriculture) and add if regular coffee not Luwak coffee is likely a mixture of coffee that has been cooked with coffee that is still young so that makes the coffee taste any less delicious and reduce quality.

Luwak coffee according to Professor Massimo Marcone, who served in the department of food science Canada:

When a Kopi Luwak coffee bean, the world’s most expensive coffee, comes out the other end of a large cat after it’s been eaten by the animal – called a civet or Luwak – the micro-structural properties of the beans are altered, according to new research by a University of Guelph scientist published in Food Research International.

They’re harder, more brittle and darker in colour than the same type of bean that hasn’t been eaten and digested by the three- to 10-pound tree-climbing animal found in Ethiopia and Indonesia. “The changes in the beans show that during transit through the civet’s GI track, various digestive biochemicals are actually penetrating the outer coffee cherry and reaching the actual bean surface, where a chemical colour change takes place, said Massimo Marcone, author of “Composition and properties of Indonesian palm civet coffee (Kopi Luwak) and Ethiopian civet coffee. Marcone is an adjunct professor in the Department of Food Science.

“The civet beans are lower in total protein, indicating that during digestion, proteins are being broken down and are also leached out of the bean, said Marcone. “Since proteins are what make coffee bitter during the roasting process, the lower levels of proteins decrease the bitterness of Kopi Luwak coffee.

Although certified blinded human tasters could find little difference in the overall flavour and aroma of the beans, an electronic nose machine could detect that the aroma of the civet coffee beans is also affected.

So it tastes good, but is the coffee, having travelled trough an animal’s digestive track, safe to drink? Marcone found that although civet coffee beans are significantly more contaminated than regular beans, the civet beans on the market are actually quite clean. “Civet beans are typically extensively washed under running water after collection, which dislodges bacteria, he said.

“Coffee Luwak is a rich, smooth coffee with an earthy, syrupy texture & a hint of chocolate undertones” said Marcone.

Marcone has also studied more common foods that have been processed through a living creature’s digestive track, including honey, edible birds’ nests and argan oil.