VANCOUVER, CANADA - SEPTEMBER 12:  A logo for Kopi Luwak coffee is shown September 12, 2002 in Vancouver, Canada. The world's rarest and most exotically produced coffee went on sale here today. Only 500 pounds of the coffee, which sells for $150.00 Canadian per 1/4 pound, is made each year. It all starts with a tree-dwelling cat called a luwak (Paradoxurus hermaphroditus). The rare cat, which lives lives in the coffee (kopi) plantations on the Indonesian islands of Java, Sumatra, and Sulawesi, eat the coffee beans. Unable to digest the beans, they pass through the cat, ending up on the jungle floor where they are collected, cleaned and roasted by the locals. The stomach acids and enzymatic action in the cat's stomach ferment the beans. "Earthy, musty notes with hints of baker's chocolate are present in its caramelly flavor profile," according to a press release.  (Photo by Don MacKinnon/Getty Images)