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Kopi Luwak is a rare and unique coffee with limited production in Indonesia, the coffee beans pass through the digestive tract of the Luwak, a native Indonesian civet.
Kopi Luwak coffee is collected from the feces of the Luwak present on the private Kayumas ranch. The farm has an area of 3,000 Ha of Arabica coffee plantation, located in the province of Situbondo, East Java, Indonesia, with an altitude of 1,000 – 1,600 m. The plantation is located near the protected forest whose system is preserved.
Many Luwak naturally live around the plantation and protected forest. The civet climbs the trees and feeds on the ripe fruits found in the forest and on the plantation, including coffee.