email sent - I want some!!!
As you may have read we are showcasing some of this coffee. see here: http://coffeesnobs.com.au/YaBB.pl?num=1163933441
I have had a few pms from out of staters asking about it. I was not planning on selling any beans but because of the response I will put a little bit up for sale.
First in first serve, no rainchecks. I am roasting this for espresso on the 18th February, I have a limited (1Kg to spare which I may squeeze out to 2 Kg) amount and will not be selling greens as I need to make up a minimum batch size for the Diedrich.
Cost is $80 per 100gm $160 per 200gm, until it is all gone. Postage included.
All takers must have paid and ordered by 17th Feb and they will be shipped via Au Post express the day of roasting.
If you are interested please email me to organise well in advance as not to miss out.
email sent - I want some!!!
I have just talked to my supplier again and he is bringing some more Luwak in this month. Our thoughts are to offer some greens to the CS community. This is genuine un-blended Luwak from the Aceh region of Northern Sumatra. It is certified by the Aceh Coffee Board and is RSPCA approved. We are in the process of getting some cool packaging put together but it may come at a later date. Our initial thoughts are for 250gm of greens, but I would appreciate any feedback on this quantity. At this point we are estimating $125 for 250grams of greens, but before we are committing to any packaging we want to make sure this is a good size. Please let me know 1) if you are interested and 2) what size you would be interested in.
Hi, I got some kopi luwak from Indonesia from this brand mod edit commercial link removed. 150g pure 100% beans in a really nice gift box and certificate of authenticity. I got it for a gift but he wouldnt take it after hearing the story behind it.
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PLEASE READ AND OBSERVE SITE SALES AND POSTING POLICY *>:(
Got my brown Kopi Luwak delivered today :) Will be tasting soon...
Hi all coffee nerds tell me which is the costliest coffee available?? [smiley=undecided.gif]
I heard it is Kopi Luwak coffee which comes from the Indonesian island of Sumatra, an area well-known for its excellent coffee. Paradoxurus is the little creature which eats red, ripe coffee cherry and ferments it in its tummy and after the seed exits from there it is cleaned roasted and the result is most exotic coffee rich, heavy flavored .
Any one tasted this coffee? How is it? How much does it really cost?? [smiley=shocked.gif]
If you want expensive check out the recent esmeralda auction. These are all green prices.
Nerds? >:( >:( >:(Originally Posted by 2C2029292A2A2D2A2E213C4F0 link=1244524183/0#0 date=1244524183
I think you need to choose your words more carefully.
Do a google search for your answer.
Its been discussed too many times here already.
Stop with the silly questions.
;DOriginally Posted by 6B574A515B5A4D58505B3F0 link=1244524183/2#2 date=1244525436
Random obscure thread starter :-/
Use the search function contribute and discuss is all good but why waste our time starting weird threads and then not contributing??
And no I havnt nor do I have any plans to. There is to much fake Kopi Luwak out there so save your money.
Esmeralda is out of stock in Oz from what I have heard but plenty of other to try. 8-)
Who then instantly logs off every time... :-?Originally Posted by 3C3B3F303832273730395E0 link=1244524183/4#4 date=1244526076
I have tasted it on 2 occasions
Im a proud coffee nerd ;D
And yeah, the Kopi I got from Pioneer was particularly good in the aeropress. The coffee cost more than the maker!!!
Hi bf,Originally Posted by 3B3C38373F352030373E590 link=1234219855/9#9 date=1244526076
We are monitoring all posts from this member who is making troll like contributions and will edit and/or delete them as appropriate..
As always, if you have nothing useful to say, we at CS suggest *:-X
CSers...Please dont feed the trolls!!
I think i would have to be paid to drink coffee that was shat out by a small rodent. In my opinion it is all hype and a novelty and if marketed well (which it is) people will believe it. Just my opinion.
Although I usually read all of the new posts each day, I follow 2mcms advice and keep quiet unless I have something useful to say, which is rarely. However, in this case I completely endorse Greg 41 s comment. The idea of charging a super premium price for a coffee bean which has negotiated its way completely through the alimentary canal of a small jungle rodent seems to me to be a con worthy of some sort of Sales and Marketing Nobel Prize. The further idea of then consuming this product as a food suggests an "only in America" tagline but obviously from this thread, the thought has spread further afield.
Ah well, chacun a son gout!! (and I do mean that literally)
(*sneaks away before she causes another "Off Topic Replies Have Been Moved here" Chastigation from our Honoured Leaders*)
I think part of the price is the scarcity of the product.Originally Posted by 45757964667F7978160 link=1234219855/15#15 date=1244548085
In which case, the coffee from Thundergods Estate will command very hefty prices indeed when it finally arrives on the market a few years from now, because I only have two plants.
That doesnt mean youre going to process your beans in the same way as the civet does, I hope! ;DOriginally Posted by 360A170C060710050D06620 link=1234219855/18#18 date=1244550649
Ive answered that question before...no!Originally Posted by 4C465344444B5F592A0 link=1234219855/19#19 date=1244586697
Ill be relying on the exclusivity of the product.
The Jamaican Blue Mountain in tonights Bean Bay gives me an idea of pricing.
Have you set a price and how you will market it TG?
Was that just to get passed 2000 posts? ;D ;D ;DOriginally Posted by 27373B3B20350B333538540 link=1234219855/17#17 date=1244549619
I think the price of Kopi Luwak is simply supply and demand.
Would I pay for it if I could get a small sample that was genuine? You bet!
It would be out of curiosity and say yep tried it and it tasted like....?
Guess that I am part of the problem.
Well, call it re-confirming. This is something I would definitely need to know in advance rather than hindsight! :POriginally Posted by 635F4259535245505853370 link=1234219855/20#20 date=1244592393
Given the plantation size, Im sure the first and subsequent crops will be small enough to ensure a low quantity. Im sure that you are under no illusions that anything other than the the quality is going to determine the exclusivity of TG Estate before we start considering prices in the vicinity of the JBM stratosphere.Originally Posted by 635F4259535245505853370 link=1234219855/20#20 date=1244592393