Thương hiệu: annicoffee | Xuất xứ: Viet Nam
- Farmers just select fresh coffee beans (Robusta or Arabica). Coffee plants were grown under organic standard with no chemical fertilizers or any pesticides during cultivation.
- The farmers will pick ripe coffee beans according to their experience. This is the standard of color and ripeness. They then wash the selected beans with water and dry them. After that, they give these coffee beans to the Asian palm civets as food, but when they eat these beans they once again select these beans by using their sense of smell. Thats why the beans that Asian palm civets eat is always the most effective standard.
- The collection of Civet coffee requires farmers to be really careful to avoid microbe development that should be handled immediately and be insured to clean it within 24 hours. Then, people let the cover of the beans fall into decay. Soon after, the farmers will dry them under the sun.
- When the beans is dry, it is taken to preserve and roast. However, the process of making Weasel coffee made it a legend because of the digestion, only soft peel is digested. This time, the fermentation of these enzymes in Civet’s stomach make the flavors change. The ingredients such as nuts and hard peel can’t be digested should be let out. They call it "Civet coffee beans" or literally talk "Weasel’s excrement coffee".
|Tên sản phẩm||100% Vietnam civet coffee (Arabica)|
|Mã sản phẩm||PID-20151027-208|
|Xuất xứ||Viet Nam|
|Dòng sản phẩm||Arabica|
|Hạn dùng||1 tháng|
|Hình thức đóng gói||Túi giấy kraft|
|Kích thước hạt|
|Mức độ rang|
|Trọng lượng||1 Kg|
100% real civet green coffee (arabica)
Orgrin : Nam Ban - Lam Ha- Lam Dong - Vietnam.
We have certificate of Civet farms .
How to recognize Weasel coffee?
- According to a research, all the distinctive aroma of Weasel coffee are as follow: "musty, sweet, smooth, dark chocolate, molasses and a little taste of tobacco", with " slightly bitter and very pleasant. "
- To be understandable and realistic, we would love to have you to visit our Farm: Buon Chuoi village, Me Linh commune, Lam Ha district, Lam Dong province, Vietnam in order to smell the musk all over the farm from the moment you enter the gate of the farm and to enjoy this precious coffee in the air of the basaltic soils over 1000 meters from the sea.