We are sure you will agree that this results in a truly exquisite coffee that is smooth, delicious, and flavorful.
How to make Kopi Luwak Coffee ?
Making a mug of coffee is easy but making a delicious cup of coffee can be an art. Fortunately, you just need to remember a few fundamental rules to prevent that from happening. The following instructions will help you to brew an excellent Kopi Luwak Coffee. However, you should also consider these instructions for every other coffee you make.
#Rule 1: Coffee Beans
#Rule 2: Clean and Fresh water
Did you know that 99% of coffee is water? Make sure that you use just the best and freshest water for your coffee, especially when you are preparing kopi luwak coffee. If your tap water smells or tastes bad, use bottled water for your coffee instead.
#Rule 3: Grind your coffee right
Make sure that you buy a good coffee grinder. Here is a list of the five most popular brewing methods along with the specific coffee grind size.
- Coarse – Chunky, distinct particles
- Medium – More like coarse sand
Moka Espresso Pot
- Fine – More like sugar or salt when you rub it between your fingers
- Extra Fine – as fine as flour or powdered sugar but you can still feel some grit
Turkish Coffee (Cezve)
- Extremely Fine/Turkish Grind – Like flour, very powdery.
#Rule 4: Use the right water temperature
It is important to use the right water temperature especially when using a drip coffee maker or preparing a Turkish coffee. Using the wrong water temperature can destroy the flavor of your coffee. The ideal water temperature for coffee is 95-98 C (203 – 208 F). Temperatures above this will increase the acidity of your coffee, and colder water will not extract enough caffeine and flavor from the coffee beans.
#Rule 5: Do not reheat your coffee
Never reheat your coffee; it will lose its flavor. Better to pour it into a thermos bottle or carafe to keep it hot.
#Rule 6: No sugar, no cream, no milk
Milk, cream and sugar will ruin the taste of your kopi luwak. If you add anything it will taste just like regular coffee, and you will not be able to taste the special flavor of kopi luwak coffee.