Toddy cat

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(Zool.) the common paradoxure; the palm cat.

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The Asian Palm Civet (Paradoxurus hermaphroditus) also called a toddy cat, is a small member of the family Viverridae native to South and Southeast Asia.
London, June 8 (ANI): A coffee shop is serving up coffee made from beans of coffee berries that have been eaten by an Asian Toddy cat and passed through its digestive tract - for 9 pounds a cup.
The Luak, according to Chris Nemmer, director of the National Zoo's Conservation & Research Center, is the common palm civet (paradoxurus hermaphrodites), a very widespread species throughout SE Asia which is also known as the toddy cat because of its fondness for fermented palm sap (or toddy); and Luak Coffee is the coffee resulting from beans that have been processed by passing through the digestive system of this remarkable little coffee expert and processing mill.