Tried Civet Coffee by Taiwanese Businessman,
Chang Liangjen Click "Like"
CNA – 2014/5/26 8:19pm
（CNA Reporter Zhou Yongjie, Jakarta 26th special dispatch）ROC Representative in Indonesia Mr. Chang Liang Jen, went to Bandung, West Java, to visit a coffee plantation run by a Taiwanese businessman, to directly understand the process of raising, processing, and roasting of civet coffee.
Taipei Economic and Trande Office pointed out that Golden Malabar Plantation which run by Taiwanese is located in National Forest Preservation Area, using natural fertilizer, does not use chemical compounds, and producing civet and arabica coffee, which aromatic, tasty, and organic.
Other than 20 civets that bred in the plantation area, there are more than 40 civets that has been released in the forest, in the altitude between 1600-1800m. This is backed by certificate by Indonesian government.
These wild civets can enjoy the freshest and highest quality coffee of the plantation. The farm employ more or less 40 local farmers work in the plantation area. While they are cutting some grass, using their sight and smell, they are also looking for coffee beans that has been passed the civet's digestion system. Going through several other process, and we have a cup of fragrant coffee.
The ROC Representative express that this farm overseen by a Taiwanese combining biological diversity, attention to the community, and production of organic civet coffee, is worth knowing.
After Chang Liangjen savoured the taste of the civet coffee, he can't help but to press "like", praise wholeheartedly this exquisite coffee plantation.