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Celebrity Coffee

So, instead of civet cats...
 
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The beverage choice of talk-show hosts.

Force fed, even a B-lister should be able to produce a couple pounds a week, for the boutique shop trade.

FlyingToaster, Jul 12 2017

Kopi Luwak https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kopi_Luwak
Like many things in life, the question "Who thought this up ?" comes to mind. [FlyingToaster, Jul 12 2017]

Dirtybits_20Espresso_20maker "So Gweneth Paltrow stands in for the civet cat ?" - [bigsleep] [FlyingToaster, Jul 12 2017]

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       No. This idea is truly shit, so no.
8th of 7, Jul 12 2017
  

       "Mmm, coffee - Americano?"

"Why yes! - you have a very perceptive palate. There must be something in their diet that affects the taste"
hippo, Jul 12 2017
  

       Like Einstein's space-time fabric the underlying bacterial fabric is all encompassing and is irrelevant of human machinations. The question is, once washed, is the bean any good?   

       Maybe some celebrities are truly worth more than others.
wjt, Jul 15 2017
  

       Coming soon: celebrity sweetcorn.
MaxwellBuchanan, Jul 16 2017
  

       Oh well done [MB], that's certainly good for waking up screaming at 0344 every night for the next six months or so ...
8th of 7, Jul 16 2017
  

       One does one's best.
MaxwellBuchanan, Jul 16 2017
  
      
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