Most of us like to start our mornings with a good cup of coffee. And we have plenty of options to choose from, from a regular brewed coffee to a latte.
However, there are other coffee options available around the world. You might find these cups of coffee weird and even disgusting. Would you drink a Cat Poop Coffee? Keep reading.
1. Coffee in Edible Cups (Los Angeles)
Drink your coffee and eat the cup as well!
Los Angeles cafe, Alfred Coffee & Kitchen, offers waffle cups dipped in milk chocolate. They can be ordered with espresso or macchiato.
The cones are $5 in addition to the drink cost.
2. Cat Poop Coffee (Indonesia)
Kopi Luwak is the world’s most expensive coffee. And probably the most weird coffee. What makes this coffee expensive, is the uncommon method of producing it.
The coffee is made from feces of a Indonisian cat-like animal called civet. The animal eats coffee beans, then the feces are collected, finished and sold as Kopi Luwak. Short supply and high demand for this unique coffee create high prices. A regular coffee shop can charge from $35 to $100 per cup of coffee.
3. Bird Pooped Coffee (Brazil)
As a matter of fact, Kopi Luwak is not the only coffee made from the feces of an animal. Brazian, turkey-like creature, Jacu Bird also likes to eat coffee beans. Bird’s feces are collected, finished and sold for as high as $190 for 1.1 pound (5oo grams).
4. Butter Coffee (Singapore, California)
In Singapore it is common to add butter to coffee for a richer flavor. In California this coffee is know as “bulletproof coffee”, first introduced by entrepreneur Dave Asprey. He claims that bulletproof coffee can “supercharge your brain function and create effortless fat loss with no cravings.” You can make your own bulletproof coffee.
- Grass-fed Butter
- Coconut Oil
Mix it all and you will get your butter coffee.
5. Egg Coffee (Vietnam)
Ca Phe Trung is popular coffee in Vietnam. It is made from egg yolk and condensed milk. The ingredients are wiped together and then coffee is poured on top. The drink tastes like a silky coffee custard. Looks delicious!
6. Coffee Wine (Florida)
This is another weird coffee. Is it even a coffee?
US based company FriendsFunWine decided to mix coffee and wine. We are not sure about the taste, but it should definitely give you a buzz!
7. Coffee Cheese (Finland, Sweden)
Kaffeost is a Scandinavian tradition known as coffee cheese. They place a few small pieces of cheese at the bottom of the cup and pour hot coffee over the top. After a few minutes the cheese softens and coffee is ready to be enjoyed.
Coffee and cheese should be a delicious combination. You would need a special bread cheese to make this cup of coffee at home.
8. Flaming Waterfall Coffee (Mexico)
Mexican restaurant The Lighthouse has an interesting signature coffee. They mix tequila, Kahlua, and coffee and then set it on fire.
We can barely call it a coffee with the alcohol mix. But the process looks spectacular.