Imperial stout aged for 24 months in J. Mattingly 16-year bourbon barrels before infusing it with peanut butter, Madagascar vanilla beans and Black Ivory coffee.
Black Ivory coffee is created by having raw coffee cherries fed to Asian elephants in northern Thailand. The coffee is "naturally refined" by the animals, and once "deposited," the beans are "hand picked by the elephant's care-givers" before being dried and roasted. The final product is fruitier, more nuanced, and much less bitter than traditional coffee. In 2022, less than 500 lbs of these ultra-exclusive beans will be produced
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