Gourmet coffee made from civet droppings

(27 Feb 2012)
AP Television News
Davao del Sur, Philippines, 9 February 2012
1. Close of civet eating coffee cherries
2. Wide of caged civet eating
3. Close of civet eating coffee cherries
4. Wide of civets in cages
5. Close of civet eating coffee cherries pan to civet droppings
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Davao City, Philippines, 9 January 2012
6. Mid of Sonny Dizon drinking civet coffee
7. SOUNDBITE: (English) Sonny Dizon, President – Mount Apo Coffee Company:
“I was concerned that we were going to end up with a lot of civet and no revenue, so I started thinking about relocating them to a better environment, which is in Kapatagan, where the coffee is also, so I do buy coffee from the farmers, and feed the civet ripe coffee.”
AP Television
Davao del Sur, Philippines, 9 January 2012
8. Wide of mountain range surrounding Kapatagan
9. Pan of cages housing civets
10. Close-up of civet eating coffee cherries
11. Wide of caged civet with droppings below the cage
12. Wide of civet cages
13. Zoom in as caretaker Romeo Nunez sweeps civet droppings into bin then puts beans in pail
14. SOUNDBITE: (Tagalog) Romeo Nunez, Caretaker, Mount Apo Civet Farm:
“This one (red cherry) is sweet that’s why they eat this. It’s ripe. This green one, they don’t eat it. The skin is tough, and it’s salty, so they don’t eat this.”
15. Wide of coffee farm
16. Mid of coffee grower Lolita Panes harvesting red coffee cherries
17. Close-up of red coffee cherries being harvested
18. Wide Napoleon and Lolita Panes harvesting coffee beans
19. SOUNDBITE: (Tagalog) Lolita Panes, Coffee Grower:
“If we harvest only red cherries, they say that the weight is heavier, and the buyer no longer complains, they do not reduce the weight anymore. So it’s to our advantage that we harvest the selected ones.”
20. Wide farm staff separating the beans
21. Close-up of hands selecting the beans then pan up to Nunez
22. Close-up of selected civet coffee beans being thrown in basin
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Davao City, Philippines, 9 January 2012
23. Wide of civet coffee beans being dried in the sun
24. Mid of roasting machine with civet coffee beans inside
25. Close-up of flame
26. SOUNDBITE: (English) Sonny Dizon, President, Mount Apo Coffee Company:
“If there is a parchment (of coffee) that has a crack and goes with the coffee, then the ultimate way to sanitise it is through roasting, and roasting it kills all the bacteria.”
27. Roasted civet coffee beans poured out of metal roasting canister
28. Mid of Dizon drinking coffee
29. SOUNDBITE: (English) Sonny Dizon, President, Mount Apo Coffee Company:
“The enzymes are supposed to penetrate the parchment, which influences the taste of the coffee. What happens is it lowers down the peptide, and increases the protein, and affects the taste. And the taste is, it diminishes the bitterness, and puts a chocolatey taste, chocolate taste on the coffee.”
30. Close-up of bagged Mount Apo civet coffee
31. Wide of Mount Apo civet coffee on display
32. Wide of Austrian tourist buying a jar of Mount Apo civet coffee
33. Close-up of Mount Apo civet coffee jars
34. Mid of Austrian tourist paying for coffee
35. Mid of Austrian tourist Manuel Winkler drinking civet coffee
36. Wide of Winkler with friends
37. SOUNDBITE: (German) Manuel Winkler, Austrian Tourist:
“I walked here and I saw a guy roasting beans and I tried it and it tasted really good.”
38. Zoom in as Austrian tourist Wolfgang Jung tries civet coffee
39. SOUNDBITE: (German) Wolfgang Jung, 30-year old Austrian tourist
“I tried the civet coffee and I like it.”
40. Zoom in as coffee drinker Jerson Laban drinks civet coffee
41. Mid of civet coffee drinker
42. SOUNDBITE: (Tagalog) Jerson Laban, Filipino coffee drinker:
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