Sunday, August 19, 2012

Not just a regular cup of coffee

"Luwak Coffee, or Civat Coffee, is made out of coffee berries which have been eaten by and passed through the digestive tract of the Asian palm civet. After being collected, the coffee beans are higienically processed and perfectly roasted for the complex distinctive flavors."
For years my BFF and I have said that the only person we know who would drink "Poo Coffee" would be my son-in-law, the California Dreamin' Boy. Well, we were given a big surprise this spring when that very young man went to Asia and brought back "Poo Coffee" not for him - but for US!

We decided it had to be a special occasion when we drank the coffee. Perhaps the first morning of our summer. But it didn't work out and week after week we kept putting the event off. Finally, our coffee could no longer be delayed and today, the last morning of our summer, we indulged.
With heirloom and handpainted china, a cutwork tablecloth from Germany, scones and lemon butter we had a wonderful morning.
The coffee was good, made better with cream. Another item is off my bucket list...thank you California Dreamin' Family, you've helped me tick off another one!

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