Coffee aficionados in Australia are excited about the opportunity to finally drink coffee sourced from the droppings of the exotic feral civet. At $400 per kilogram the luxury of drinking this coffee does not come cheap, but all agree it is worth the cost. The following are testimonies from some of the lucky few that have had the opportunity to drink this
defecation decaffeination glory.
It feels like you are transported back to the exotic jungle from where this coffee was born, with the sounds of wild parrots and dogs and stuff playing in your head. Are you sure my friends will be reading this article? Even that cute guy from the book shop? Good. Jane will just die when she finds out what I have just been sipping on. Er, could I trouble you for a breath mint before I go?
We have already posted on our joint Facebook page, twitter account, tumblr page and called all of our friends to tell them that we have tasted the nectar of the gods. You wouldn’t have a pack of Mentos we could borrow before we leave to work this morning.
It just makes me feel like there is a party in my mouth and definitely not one of those sorts of parties where poop is thrown around in a bizarre fetish ritual whilst adults play Twister in diapers. No, not all like that. Just a regular party with streamers and donkeys with no tails. Don’t you feel the same Rhonda? Any mint chocolates to accompany this coffee. Great, I’ll have fifteen if that is ok.
Has that thing stopped recording? Are you sure the pellets that come out of that stupid little jungle cat’s freckle are a processed coffee bean. You do realize that this tastes like … What? It’s still recording? I meant what a fine coffee. So gooood.