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You Can Drink A £30 Espresso Made With Rare Bird Droppings At This London Coffee Shop • Jacu Coffee

Jack Saddler Jack Saddler - Staff Writer

You Can Drink A £30 Espresso Made With Rare Bird Droppings At This London Coffee Shop • Jacu Coffee

A coffee shop in Westminster is serving coffee made with rare bird droppings—and it’s not cheap.

I imagine, since you’ve got this far, that you are at least intrigued by this statement, though perhaps not quite sold on the idea… yet.

This unique coffee spot in Westminster is sure to give you a brew like no other. Jacu Coffee has a special ingredient; the elephant in the room that just we have to address. Yes, the bird droppings. These droppings are odourless and come from indigenous birds that inhabit a forest in Brazil. The Jacu Coffee birds are fed only on the ripest coffee cherries.

After this, well, there’s no other way to put it really. Extremely rare coffee beans, ahem, pass through the Jacu birds’ digestive system, and are collected by local villagers. Then, they’re dried off, cleaned and blended into an exquisite creamy, fruity coffee. One that will set you back £30, no less. But, as you can gather, it goes through quite the process to be served in Westminster. And, hey! How often can anyone say they’ve indulged in some bird dropping coffee?

Jacu Coffee is also a great place to enjoy a sandwich, burger or a pizza alongside this one-of-a-kind coffee. As far as we know, the food doesn’t contain any droppings.

Read more about Jacu Coffee over on their website.

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