An endangered bird's poop is being used to make a gourmet variety coffee and it's selling big bucks. Jacu, is a bird native to Brazilian forests and is known to feed on the ripest coffee berries. These berries are partly digested by the bird and released as odourless droppings that are collected by local villagers and transported to factories where they are cleaned, dried and de-husked for many hours and then stored for up to three months. The laborious process results in a full-bodied and smooth flavour with no bitter after-taste. The coffee is sold at places like Harrods in London or can be ordered from artisan roasters and can cost over Rs 13,000 for just 125 grams.