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New Single Origin of the Month – Indian Peaberry

October 29, 2014 | News | 0 comments | Author:

This green bean is from a collection of 8 different lush natural shade grown Estates. Ripe cherries are identified and the Arabica Peaberry adds strength of flavour to a blend and contributes to more complexity and depth in the cup. … Continued

This green bean is from a collection of 8 different lush natural shade grown Estates.
Ripe cherries are identified and the Arabica Peaberry adds strength of flavour to a blend and contributes to more complexity and depth in the cup.
Hand-picked to avoid damage to the fruit, fermented, washed and dried for the right number of hours appropriate to the elevation and humidity of each estate.
Producing Region: South India (Coorg, Hassan and Chikmanglur)
Estate: TATA
Altitude: 1100-2600 ft.

Tasting Notes: A fine Arabica rich in aroma, with medium to high body, medium acidity with a hint of chocolate and delicate praline characters found, ending with a clean finish.


New Single Origin of the Month – El Salvador

October 16, 2014 | News | 0 comments | Author:

Taste Characteristic – High acidity, sharp citrus notes, very good body and balanced flavour.  Full body with excellent mouth feel, floral overtones and sweet chocolate notes. Good brightness in the cup and well balanced with a pleasant sweetish lingering aftertaste. Visual … Continued

Taste Characteristic – High acidity, sharp citrus notes, very good body and balanced flavour.  Full body with excellent mouth feel, floral overtones and sweet chocolate notes. Good brightness in the cup and well balanced with a pleasant sweetish lingering aftertaste.

Visual Characteristic – Dark green colour, 85% over screen 15
Coffee Type – Arabica, washed, sun-dried

Description – Great SHG, sourced primarily from the highlands from the Sierra Apaneca Ilamatepec region, including the volcanoes of Santa Ana, Izalco, Las Ninfas and Laguna Verde, and the mountains of El Aguila, Los Naranjos and Malacara.  100 % Bourbon