Bali MUD COFFEE

Bali Mud Coffee is ROBUSTA coffee from Kemuning, Singaraja,  ARABICA from Ceningaan,  Kintamani, and LUWAK special coffee from palm civet.  All coffees have been processed by soaking all our coffees into the rice filed mud.  Fresh coffee powder ROBUSTA, ARABICA and Luwak are put inside a bamboo tube and buried in the rice field mud.

Base on believes and philosophy of Bali, with soaking it in the mud bringing us a blessing from “Ida Bhatari Sri”, the goddess of rice. Soaking the coffee powder for nine hours with a meaning to get a harmony with nine goddesses from the Balinese compass/Dewata Nawa Sangga.  After the mud process is done, the bamboo that has the coffee powder is taken out from the mud and then be burned
with fire wood until the smell and good taste comes pass the nose, the smell of coffee that’s unique and authentic.

Names of Mud Coffee that is ready to enjoy:

1. Kopi Bengil: Mud Coffee powder that has been marinated in the mud, fragrant warm water, ginger and a piece of lemongrass stem.    Served with Balinese snacks.

2. Kopi Bojog: Mud Coffee powder that has been marinated in the mud, fragrant warm water, milk shaker, ginger or cinnamon     powder, and lemongrass stem. Served with fried banana.

3. Kopi Lubak: Luwak Coffee powder that has been marinated in the mud, fragrant warm water, stirred with lemongrass stick and       served with Balinese snacks.

4. Kopi Jaran: Arabica Coffee powder that had been marinated in the mud, ice, milk shaker, and melted
Balinese Sugar. Served with Balinese snacks.

Fun Fact about Luwak Coffee:

Luwak Coffee has a unique way of production. “Luwak” is a type of animal. In English: Palm Civet. These animals will eat the Arabica coffee beans and will digest these beans. While the digestion process occurs, the coffee beans in the Luwak’s belly processes the coffee beans to make Luwak Coffee.  It is a unique coffee production method. Luwak Coffee is known for its anti-oxidant properties, and can help prevent cell damage that is associated with Parkinson’s disease. The caffeine content in the Luwak Coffee can control inflammation in the brain, which is directly linked to Alzheimer’s.

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