Monday, 2 August 2004

Cat-droppings Latte to Go

I'm a keen coffee drinker. I used to drink five or six mugs a day, each mug made with two and a half spoons of instant. These days I'm more careful, and keep the dosage down by alternating with decaf or tea.

But it's still one of my favourite beverages and I keep my eye open for new and interesting blends. So imagine my excitement when I read that:

"A food scientist has cracked the secrets of the world's most expensive coffee, Kopi Luwak, whose beans pass through the intestinal tract of an Indonesian civet before being roasted and savoured."

Read more about this, but perhaps not till after breakfast.

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