PremioCafé specializes in the production and distribution of Indonesian Civet Coffee or locally known as Kopi Luwak. Civet coffee (kopi luwak) is widely noted as one of the most expensive coffees in the world. It originates from coffee cherries which are eaten by Asian Palm Civet (or Luwak in Indonesian term).  These Luwak (Paradoxurus Hermaphroditus) are native to South East Asia, especially Indonesia. They normally inhabit primary forests with some occupy selective logged forests.

Indonesia is one of the largest coffee producers in the world. PremioCafé is proud to present to you our high-grade quality coffee from Indonesia. More than 90% of Indonesian Arabica coffee is grown by coffee plantation owners in Sumatra and on which 90% of the outputs are being exported. Our civet coffees (kopi luwak) are all being processed organically in Indonesia’s Sumatra Island and shipped to you fresh. Of all the other regions, Sumatra is renowned for its largest production of civet coffee (kopi luwak).

PremioCafé is committed to deliver authentic Sumatran civet coffee (kopi luwak) to you at the upmost quality and confront counterfeits.