Wonder Weasel Coffee

Comment: Dear Mr, Ms., Have you ever tried the most expensive coffee in the world? Have you ever tasted fresh roasted coffee from the Central area of Vietnam coffee fields? Do you know how exited your friends, family or colleagues would be after trying this exquisite beverage? The answer is Wonder Weasel coffee. The story of our alluring coffee originates in Southeast Asia’s exotic Indonesia. The Bahasa Indonesia word “kopi” mimics the pronunciation of its English translation, coffee, and “Luwak” is the name of a local civet. Together, they make Kopi Luwak or Weasel coffee, the Vietnamese equivalent. Civets are picky eaters. During snack time they chose to eat only the ripest, sweetest cherries-a kind of natural selection process. Their digestive process mildly ferments the bean to actually improve the taste, resulting in a less bitter, sweeter coffee, with a lovely bouquet of caramel and cinnamon. What makes the Weasel Coffee story so unique compared to the traditional: Most expensive coffee – most sold farmed weasel coffee market price ranges from $800 – $1300 per kilogram. Wild civet coffee ranges from $3,000-$6000 per kg however only 700kg is being produced annually. Unique processing – Civets eat only the ripest, sweetest cherries-a kind of natural selection process. Their digestive process mildly ferments the bean to actually improve the taste, resulting in a less bitter, sweeter coffee, with a lovely bouquet of caramel and cinnamon. Made for a most memorable experience – Imagine serving Weasel coffee to your loved ones or colleagues on a special occasion. Tell them they are enjoying the most exclusive and expensive coffee in the world. After they drank the Wonder Weasel you can explain them what it is all about and excitement is guaranteed. For more information you can go to wonderweaselcoffee.com. In case you have further questions don’t hesitate to contact us. We are looking forward to your positive reply. Yours Sincerely, 

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