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Rare Coffee Battle: Geisha Coffee vs Kopi Luwak
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Rare Coffee Battle: Geisha Coffee vs Kopi Luwak.

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  1. Revi M Fadli diyor ki:

    There's actually a group of researchers from a local university(Institut Teknologi Bandung) who managed to replicate the civet fermentation industrially with bioreactors, making it more economical & ethical. They just don't want to market it as "affordable/ethical civet coffee alternative" because they're afraid of destroying the existing market

    Now imagine Geisha coffee going through the same process…

  2. BoyBalastog diyor ki:

    I think it says a lot that blind tasting still had the Kopi Luwak being picked over the gesha. I'm by no means a fan of the idea of drinking poop coffee, but the prejudice that the specialty coffee scene has against it tends to be without sufficient context. There are many different factors that can make Kopi Luwak not as good as "legit" specialty coffee, including the fact that the coffee beans themselves were simply not farmed with the same care that specialty coffee tends to get. It's to say that rather than just dismissing the entire idea, it's more intellectually honest to recognize that the concept itself of processing coffee through the digestion of civets can be made both more ethical and more artisanal than the cash grab industry that currently dominates this style of coffee. Only given this can we really make the fair argument whether such a process really produces a "good" tasting cup of coffee.

    It's like James Hoffman hosting the video by Brazillian farmers growing, processing, and roasting robustas with a specialty mentality. It shows us that perhaps we just haven't seen this process done right, rather than completely dismissing it offhand from current products, when in the first place it was never a fair comparison to expect commodity robustas to stand up to specialty arabicas, when they're just not being compared on equal playing fields. The snobbery agaisnt robusta has been accepted as gospel for years since the third wave, and we're rightly seeing now that maybe there really is room for it in specialty coffee.

    This is basically to say that maybe we shouldn't throw out the baby with the bathwater when it comes to Kopi Luwak, you know?

  3. didit aviandito diyor ki:

    Dear coffee lover….so many classes in "kopi luwak" from the cheapest one to the "best". As this video said… variety depends. I don't know the currency ratio, but there is one about IDR 10,000,000.00 yes, ten million rupiah per kilo and there is 500,000.00 not even a million rupiah. So huge difference in taste and price. Now…you got the idea. Lucky for you to taste the "best" one. But so many said they are the best. I even had tasted a million rupiah for a glass of kopi luwak. Surely never forget the tasted. But I had tasted the one that only cost you 25,000 rupiah, not even 1 % of the other price. Difference? I almost puke if I do not have my manner. So good luck…😁

  4. Just Han diyor ki:

    So guys, instead of kopi luwak, we had tons of good single origin here in Indonesia, to name a few. Gayo Wet Hulled, Halu Banana, Argopuro, etc. So to think that indonesian coffees are more chocolatey and spicy tasting are (like some ppl in the comments think) kinda unfair. Sorry for my my bad english btw

  5. Galang Alfarisi diyor ki:

    in indonesia, u must try puntang coffee or puntang wine.

    dont try luwak coffee because not good.

    btw luwak coffee from south sumatra, especially from lampung

  6. Frederick Ateng diyor ki:

    As Indonesian, i could said kopi luwak is just an expensive coffee, nothing special about it

    And u could get similar taste profile from Bandung's famous Kopi Aroma (they sell 8 year aged sumatra coffee) at price of $3 a pack of250gr

  7. keithpp1 diyor ki:

    To compare Panama Geisha with . Kopi Luwak is to go from the sublime to the ridiculous

    To say . Kopi Luwak comparable with other Indonesian coffee is a very low bar, Indonesia infamous for poor quality coffee, but irrelevant when we consider the cruelty inflicted on civet cats.

    No one should be engaging in this vile trade and anyone who does named and shamed and driven out of businesses.

    Shy nocturnal forest creatures kept in battery cages and force fed coffee beans. A vile trade in animal cruelty that no one should support.

    The animals are fed on a restricted diet of poor quality coffee beans, they are diseased and malnourished, their life span short. De-clawed, their feet and face cut and shredded as they try to escape from their wire cages. In the wild they live on a varied diet.

    Subject to stress by insensitive tourists for that must have selfie of their expensive coffee.

    One of the beneficial side effects of coronavirus it may have put out of businesses the coffee shops and the farms that supply them when there is no tourist income.

    Why is European Coffee Trip promoting this vile trade in animal cruelty?

    No reputable coffee roastery would be trading in Kopi Luwak.

    Drift no 9 Bali edition has an excellent account of the vile Kopi Luwak trade.

    https://keithpp.wordpress.com/2021/01/30/is-really-expensive-coffee-a-ripoff/
    .

  8. Wang Ay Kuo [ 王爱国 ] diyor ki:

    and all you need to know. Luwak coffee it does not mean real civet coffee. today many sellers use pet civets that are forced to eat coffee or they are starving. So I do not believe that Luwak coffee exists and there are many nowadays 🤣 because everyone knows the price is expensive so yes it is very unlikely that you will find it in the wild (this is actually civet coffee).

  9. Wang Ay Kuo [ 王爱国 ] diyor ki:

    in my opinion this test is useless. becoz it filtered. use french press to brings out all the original taste of coffee without being filtered. and I say this is not because I am Indonesian. but I understand what I'm saying. because I am a coffee lover. that's just fair.

  10. Zucc You diyor ki:

    Here in the Philippines, local civets in mindanao are considered pests by farmers because they kill pet chickens and attack children, because of that they are being hunted in the past to be eradicated and eaten. When they discovered about Civet coffee however, instead of hunting them to be killed, they domesticated the farm pests and treated them like TRUE PETS. They are fed with best crops and there are no reports of animal abuse anymore towards this animal. That's why i dont get it where these "unethical and abusive" connotations towards the coffee. If not because of this industry, Wild Civets ("Alamid" in our language) will be an endagered species right now.

    I dont believe in your "testing" because i can clearly see the bias in there. If only Kopi Luwak was in a "glorified" light, i bet you will change your tone. Although i understand that you guys are protecting your reputation, this video is really biased for me, you guys should have researched more about its history i guess.

  11. Aziz Hussein Z diyor ki:

    Because coffee is considered as valuable commodity during colonialism era. So, local people only able to drink coffee which already eaten by Luwak. Yes, the original Luwak coffee originated from sh*t.

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