Black Ivory Coffee
9th Street Coffee's Black Ivory Coffee is made using Arabica coffee beans that are consumed and naturally processed by Thai elephants. The process begins with ripe coffee cherries being eaten by elephants. Truthfully speaking, they eat the entire coffee plant. The cherries undergo a different level of fermentation in the elephants' digestive systems, where natural enzymes break down the proteins that can make coffee taste bitter. After being excreted by the elephants, the beans are carefully collected from their dung, thoroughly cleaned, and then roasted at about 500 degrees to produce the coffee.
Proponents of Black Ivory Coffee understand that the fermentation process imparts unique flavors to the beans, resulting in a coffee with a distinctive taste profile that is less acidic and has a smoother, earthier sweeter flavor compared to traditional coffee.
It's worth noting that the production of Black Ivory Coffee is limited, and it is considered one of the rarest and most sot after coffees in the world. Due to the labor-intensive and specialized process involved in its production, its not easy to acquire. The unique production method and the rarity of the coffee contribute to its exclusivity and high market value.
9th Street Coffee
ORGANIC, FAIR TRADE & RESPONSIBLY SOURCED
100% Organic & Responsibly Sourced Coffee Beans & Teas are more than just a slogan. We are proud to align ourselves with such environmentally conscious organization such as, The UNDP Africa Project, The Latin American Coffee Growers Cooperative, The Malawi Women's Farming Program and The Royal Indian Tiger Reserve Project. 9th Street's partnership with these and other non-profit groups allows us the unique opportunity to provide a high quality, great tasting unique line of products, but more importantly, it helps enhance the lives of those who work so hard to bring it to us.
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