The weather is warming up, and we have some delicious new single origins from around the globe!
Colombia | Huila | Washed | Cashew, milk choc & citrus
Grown in fertile volcanic soil, this Colombian coffee is a perfect representation of the quality that such a large growing region can produce. Processed using the traditional washed method, this coffee was picked ripe and fermented for 24 hours before being dried. The notes of smooth milk chocolate, cashew and sparkling citrus will leave you wanting more.
EL SALVADOR | Karla Quiroz, Finca La Suiza Washed | Panela, stewed fruit, red current
Great climate, excellent soil , knowledge and passion are the recipe for this fine coffee produced by Karla Quiroz. The beans are harvested with extreme care. Only ripe cherries are allowed and are processed under strict quality controls beginning with de-pulping within a few hours from harvest. With aromas of panela and flavours of strewed fruit, orange and red currant, this creamy coffee is sure to be a crowd pleaser.
ETHIOPIA | Guji Masina ‘Red’ Natural | Rasberry, peach, sstrawberry
Spring has arrived early with this fruit bomb coffee! Grown in a small farmers’ backyard in the Masina village in Guji, this naturally processed coffee boasts deliciously ‘red’ berry flavours. Grown at 1950 – 2300 MASL, lots are manually sorted and then dried on raised African beds. Making a black coffee lovers dreams…
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COLOMBIA | Huila Luz Mila Red Bourbon Washed | 1700 – 1750 MASL
This varietal of coffee is a natural mutation of the Coffee Arabigo, grown in Pitalito Huila. Cherries are strictly picked with the same level of ripeness, exposed to a dry anaerobic fermentation of 30 hours and dried in parabolic beds to ideal moisture content. The microlot is 10% Red Bourbon, named after an island off the coast of Madagascar.