Oh here it is... a few months back my sister took a trip to Thailand and she asked if there was anything I wanted. Obviously I mentioned coffee and happened to have mentioned something about this rare/expensive kind of coffee called Kopi Luwak.
If you're interested in learning about what exactly Kopi Luwak is, follow the link above. Regardless of how you feel about how weird the method of roasting is, or if you think it's gross or not. I just had to try it. Because I'm a fan of food.
Let me tell you, it's a very very good bean. Mild and smooth, the acidity is wicked away and it is very easy to drink. However, the price/value ratio is way off. For how much this coffee costs, and the extensive process that this coffee takes to create, it's really not worth it.
Yet, if you're a foodie, you have to try it.