Luwak – civet – coffee is definitely one of a kind. This type of coffee comprises coffee cherries that have been eaten, partly digested, and defecated by Asian palm civets. Although not everyone’s cup of tea (or dare I say, coffee?), Luwak coffee is still one of Indonesia’s caffeine boasts. Another pride of Indonesia is Mandheling, which is named after an ethnic and traditional cultural group in Sumatra. The Mandheling arabica has been known around the world since 1878. Being grown at an altitude of 1,200 feet above sea level, Mandheling beans are known for their earthy, chocolaty flavour, and their floral, rather sweet finish.