Civet Coffee Sachet

civet coffee - sachet

civet coffee – sachet

As presented in Arabica Kopi Luwak, besides selling Arabica Kopi Luwak bean and roasted in the form of powder packing net 100g, 250g and 1kg, we also provide 13g sachet packaging Kopi Luwak. Civet Coffee Sachet we offer are made from aluminum foil. 1 paper box containing 10 sachets.

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the civet

civet

civet

Weasel mongoose is an animal feed (mammals) which includes ferrets and mongoose tribe (Viverridae). Scientific name is Paradoxurus hermaphroditus and in Malaysia known as civet birdlime. This animal is also called by many other names such as raccoons (common name, Betawi), careuh (Sunda), badger or mongoose (Java), as well as the common palm civet, common mongoose, civet or toddy cat house in the English language.

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story of civet coffee

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civet eating coffee bean

The origin of the Kopi Luwak is closely related to the history of coffee cultivation in Indonesia. At the beginning of the 18th century, the Dutch opened the commercial plantation colonies in the East Indies, especially in Java and Sumatra. One is the Arabica coffee seedlings imported from Yemen. In the era of “cultivation” or Cultuurstelsel (1830-1870), Dutch ban indigenous farm workers picking coffee berries for personal consumption, but locals want to try the famous coffee drinks.

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MUI: Civet coffee Indonesia Halal!!

logo_resmi_HalalIndonesian Ulema Council (MUI) declared a fatwa declaring, lawful civet coffee after going through the washing process. Allowed to drink, manufacture, and trade them.

“The issue of civet coffee is the point we have discussed and lawful,” said MUI chairman KH Ma’ruf Amin during a press conference at the House of MUI, Jl. Proclamation No.. 51 Jakarta, Tuesday (20/7).

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