Source Pravda.Ru

Monkey poop makes the best coffee

Rich coffee lovers are going crazy for a new kind of coffee, made from the coffee beans that have been through the alimentary canal of the Indonesian monkeys. You can get a cup of such coffee in exclusive American cafes for five dollars. Mark Mauntanos, an importer of this expensive product advised, about 230 kilos of this coffee is delivered to the world market during a year. Experts say, the people of Indonesia have known such a drink for hundreds of years. They noticed that the monkeys, which live in the palm-woods in Sumatra and Java eat coffee beans, but do not digest them. The Europeans, who studied the nature of the most developed apes stated that they selected only the best coffee beans, which went through their intestines undigested.

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