Want to know what is so special about Terra Nera coffee ?
Grown in Quechua, in the south east of the Peruvian Andes, the Terra Nera coffee cherries are first past through the stomachs of civet palm cats, cleaned and then dried and processed there in the jungle. The coffee boasts flavours of bitter cocoa, hazelnut and dry leather, and is now available to buy from Harrods, London.
A cup of Terra Nera coffee will set you back between £140 to £6,800, the coffee is graded between 0-6, with 0 grade coffee being the best money can buy, each bean is carefully selected by hand, and is sold in a solid Britannia sterling silver and 24-carat gold-plated sack, handcrafted and engraved with your name by award winning silversmith Rebecca H. Joselyn. For those who decide to purchase 500g of coffee or more, will receive a complimentary coffee machine.
Will you be spending your Christmas bonus on some cat poo coffee this year?
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