Ha, I was about to post that same link! Oh well, here's the gooey bit anyway:
"As is the custom on these occasions, bounty from Jakarta had arrived for Mr Rudd and his wife. As veteran Canberra political correspondent Laurie Oakes recorded the transaction for his television viewers on Wednesday evening, deadpan: 'The President and his first lady gave Mr Rudd and Therese Rein some rare luwak coffee. It's made from beans that have passed through the digestive system of a monkey-like creature called a civet cat. A new treat at the Lodge: crapuccino!'
The Age can report that crapuccino has proved more than just a gastronomic challenge for Mr Rudd and Ms Rein."
A reasonably informal word for poo in Indonesian is berak. Usually a verb but also serviceable as a noun. Often this is accomplished by adding -nya but that doesn't change the fact that berak is the root.
Anyway I think this word suits our animal quite nicely. Does a luwak berak in the woods (on way to cup)?
Pronunciation note, both words rhyme with truck rather than track.
There's a type of coffee, Kopi Luwak from Indonesia, that sells for about $160/lb. Why? It's made from coffee cherries that have been eaten by palm civets, which use their sharp sense of smell to select the choicest and ripest beans. They eat the beans, and during digestion, the flesh is removed from the berry, leaving only the bean. These...er, pooped-out beans...are hand collected from the floor of the jungle (not by the civets).
The bad news? I can't find a specific word for the palm civet poo. The good news is that this is Wordie--and we can make up words. I vote crappuccino.