AN Alaskan
ORIGINAL Since 1992

Given enough coffee I could rule the world. ~Terry Pratchett

Kopi Luwak

The Kopi Luwak Story

The Luwak (Paradoxurus hermaphroditus) denizen of the coffee (kopi) plantations of Java, Sumatra, and Sulawesi, eats only the ripest coffee cherries.

Unable to digest the coffee beans, the Luwak graciously deposits them on the jungle floor where they are eagerly collected by the locals. The stomach acids and enzymatic action involved in this unique fermentation process produces the beans for the world’s rarest coffee beverage.

Kopi is no longer available.We currently do not plan to restock this coffee.

How did you find ? Tell us your story!
  • “My story started the same way as that of K. Johnson, Snowmass, Colorado. In 2002, after an extensive Alaskan cruise, we docked in Ketchikan. Read More

  • “I am a truck driver here in washington and I had stopped for a break at the ‘red mountain coffee’ shop at the summit of Snoqualmie pass and got a cup of what was brewing and saw the ‘Grin and Bear It’ T-shirt they had on display. Read More

  • “Like many new products I buy, it was the label of Dead Man’s Reach that caught my eye, sitting right there next to 3-Peckered Billy Goat. Read More

  • “I was on summer vacation with my fiancé and my best girlfriend in Payson, a mountain town on the Mogollon Rim in Arizona. Read More

  • “My story is very simple: we were out grocery shopping and while looking for a “new” coffee to try I spied a bag of Wicked Wolf. Read More