World’s most expensive coffee now being produced in India w - Your Story

India has delved into the production of civet coffee — the most expensive coffee in the world — which is made from the excreta of the civet cat. The third-largest producer and exporter of coffee, India has started the production of this variety on a small scale in Karnataka’s Coorg district. The process of producing this coffee involves […]
 

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