Luak Coffee is the coffee beans which are found in luak/civet droppings. Luak only forage on the most ripe cherries, digest the fleshy outer layer, and later excrete the beans.
Civet / Luak
The coffee beans in Luak's droppings are already piled-up, this differentiate with other coffee beans that are commonly processed in factory. In the digestion system of the Luak, the beans are having a chemical reaction, mixed with the digestion enzymes of the Luak.
These enzymes give a different taste in Luak Coffee.
If Luak Coffee is consumed, the taste is lighter, low acidity, and the texture is smooth.
Fresh Raw Luak Coffee
Luak Coffee beans are found on rocks, dry leaves, or woods in the forest that are near the coffee farm. We cannot find Luak Coffee in the coffee farm area since Luak always avoid direct contact with humans.
One pile of natural Luak droppings is worth 200gram. And the weight of the dung will drastically decrease while it's cleaned and dried.