On the one hand, of course, this should be due to the exquisite taste. Many people – including the British royal family – consider it to be the best coffee in the world and are prepared to spend a lot of money on these special beans. On the other hand, the number of coffee beans from Satipo is limited by the elaborate manufacturing process. Only around 800 kilograms are produced every year by Capis and marketed internationally. And since the interplay of demand and supply is known to determine the price, it is driven higher and higher with the increasing awareness of the coffee variety. In addition, the attitude of the South American coatis is anything but easy. They are shrewd and sometimes aggressive. At the same time, they are susceptible to (life-threatening) diseases if kept incorrectly. It is therefore important not to keep them in too small enclosures, individually or with poor nutrition. In Peru they currently live semi-wild. Due to their large territory, however, it is all the more difficult to find the excreta and to collect them individually. Behind every bean is a lot of human work.