Thursday, August 26, 2010

Poop-coffee war pits purists vs. producers

Image: A palm civet eats Arabica coffee cherries in Indonesia's East Java province

Producers breed civets to harvest beans from dung; experts cry foul

Lovers of the world's most expensive coffee, found half-digested in the dung of the wild civet, fear that its unique taste may be spoiled by planned farming of the animals.

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