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Single Estate: Decaffeinated Finca Nueva Linda, Mexico
Country of origin: Mexico Town: La Concordia Farm: Finca Nueva Linda Varietal: Mundo Novo, Catuai, Caturra & Catimor Processing method: Fully washed and dried on patios Altitude: 1,250 to 1,550m Roast: Medium Tasting notes: Creamy mouthfeel with notes of sweet milk chocolate and raisin. Suitable foe both pressurised and non-pressurised brew methods. As an espresso we found 18g, 32 second pour and a 45g beverage yielded the best result. This br..
Single estate: Fazenda Capim Branco - Brazil
Country of origin: Brazil Town: Carmo do Paranaiba Farm: Fazenda Capim Branco Owner: Ismael & Eduardo Andrade Varietal: 100% Yellow Catuai Processing method: Natural Altitude: 1,100m Roast: Light medium Tasting Notes: Not the standard Brazilan coffee. This is roasted more gently than a washed to develop the sugars resulting in notes of milk chocolate, peanut and toasted sesame in a creamy body. These are joined by soft fruit not..
Single estate: Fazenda São Silvestre, Brazil
Country of origin: Brazil Town: Serra do Salitre Farm: Fazenda São Silvestre Owner: Ismael & Eduardo Andrade Varietal: Yellow Icatú, Bourbon & Tipica Processing method: Pulped natural Altitude: 1,250m above sea level Roast: Light medium Roaster's tasting notes: Heavy mouthfeel with notes of milk chocolate and caramels. Additional information: Fazenda São Silvestre has been farmed by the Andrade Brothers since 1991. It..
Single estate: Finca El Chocho, Colombia
Country of origin: Colombia Town: Jardin Farm: Finca El Chochol Owner: Juan Crisotomo Marin Varietal: Caturra & Colombia Processing method: Fermented for 36 hours, washed & sun dried Altitude: 1800m Roast: Medium light Tasting Notes: Well structured, notes of stone fruit balanced with the right measure of sweetness and a little chocolate. A juicy body and an aftertaste that lingers. Just what I want from a quality Colombian..
Single Origin: Smallholders of Guji, Ethiopia
Country of origin: Ethiopia Town: Danbi Uddo, Gigesa Size of Farm: 2-5 hectare on average Varietal: Heritage (Arabica) Processing method: Fully washed & dried on raised beds Altitude: 1,500m to 2,000m Roast: Medium light Tasting Notes: This new crop surpasses even last year's. Lemon, orange, passion fruit and blackcurrant are the stand out notes in a complex flavour profile. The high sweetness is harmoniously balanced with the fru..
The Black Bag- BSCA Select 17, Brazil
Country of origin: Brazil Farm: Various selected member farms of the BSCA Varietal: Icatu, Mundo Novo and Rubi Processing method: Pulped natural and natural Altitude: 900m-1200m Roast: Medium Dark This coffee is smooth with a huge chocolate hit and notes of nut. The body is thick and creamy and the darker roast ensures a faster and more efficient extraction. Even better than the 16. This coffee has been developed in response to demand and a part..
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