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Civet Coffee In Cebu

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Civet coffee is a subject in the old forum. To refresh:

 

http://www.usatoday.com/news/offbeat/2004-...et-coffee_x.htm

 

This coffee is available in Cebu at the Abeseria Deli and Cafe ( not sure if they are the only

one who has it).

 

This place is a native product stores which branched out into coffee shop and restaurant as the

husbands waiting for their wife shopping asked for it. Accommodation is by reservation.

 

Site location with Sarossa and Peak hotels as referrence. Left turn at the corner after Peak hotel

if coming from Ayala.

 

http://wikimapia.org/#y=10322852&x=123...amp;m=a&v=2

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Civet coffee is a subject in the old forum. To refresh:

 

http://www.usatoday.com/news/offbeat/2004-...et-coffee_x.htm

 

This coffee is available in Cebu at the Abeseria Deli and Cafe ( not sure if they are the only

one who has it).

 

This place is a native product stores which branched out into coffee shop and restaurant as the

husbands waiting for their wife shopping asked for it. Accommodation is by reservation.

 

Site location with Sarossa and Peak hotels as referrence. Left turn at the corner after Peak hotel

if coming from Ayala.

 

http://wikimapia.org/#y=10322852&x=123...amp;m=a&v=2

 

Supposedly a great brew, but I could never stomach the idea of drinking "Civet Shi*t." :rolleyes:

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Supposedly a great brew, but I could never stomach the idea of drinking "Civet Shi*t." :rolleyes:

 

I have 2-100g jars of Arengga Coffee Alamid. When my PNP friend took us to Baguio, he got these for me as he knows I love coffee. The small print says "We do not recommend drip coffee", so I have not been able to try this coffee. :as-if:

 

My mom dearly loves coffee but she won't try it either! We joked about holding a gun on each other and forcing the drinks... :rolleyes:

 

Billy

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I have 2-100g jars of Arengga Coffee Alamid. When my PNP friend took us to Baguio, he got these for me as he knows I love coffee. The small print says "We do not recommend drip coffee", so I have not been able to try this coffee. :cry:

 

My mom dearly loves coffee but she won't try it either! We joked about holding a gun on each other and forcing the drinks... :wt-hell:

 

Billy

 

Billy:

 

Is this a brand name for Civet coffee? :crack-up:

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Billy:

 

Is this a brand name for Civet coffee? :crack-up:

 

Arengga is the brand name. Manufactured by Bote Central, Inc. BF Almanza, LLas Pinas City. Webpage: arengga.com

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From the Los Angeles Times

COLUMN ONE

$600-a-pound coffee

Indonesia's kopi luwak is a rare delicacy of peculiar provenance -- beans plucked from the droppings of wild civets.

By Paul Watson

Times Staff Writer

 

July 13, 2007

 

Bandar Lampung, Indonesia

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