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This anaerobic natural Brazilian coffee showcases what modern processing can deliver, jammy, berry tones overlay complex sugary sweetness. This coffee is body dominant, so it excels in milk, but is softly sweet and has a light acidity, which makes for a comforting black coffee.
This lot grown by smallholders on Kiryama Hill is honey processed, and we love that it shows a little on the nose, but delivers a lot in the cup; expect some toffee & cherry to start with, finished by lush and complex floral characteristics as the brew cools.
This mixed Caturra/Colombia lot makes up the backbone of our Strider blend, providing intense body and sweetness; malt and toffee, and a refreshing hit of apple and berry acidity, it makes for a refreshing and juicy filter coffee.
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This naturally processed Costa Rican coffee is superbly picked and processed, sweet fruit characters and an engaging acidity lead to a wonderful creamy chocolate finish.
Himalaya has been one of our favourite coffee farms for years; this 2023 lot of their natural processed bourbon is consistent with past years; expect toffee & rich dark chocolate, accompanied by complex stonefruit, some juicy acidity, and a long floral aftertaste.
The typical natural Guji red fruit character is strongly present in this Anaerobic coffee but with more elaborate sweetness and florals in the cup.
This Bitoya lot is produced by 650-800 smallholders and processed slowly at Bisrat Melaku’s wet mill in Uraga. Expect hard candy sweetness and mouthfeel, with complex wild berries, and cooked stonefruit.
After a first buying coffee from the Aricha in 2021, we see a return with this new lot Rachia. Expect familiar sensations of macerated berry & apricot with layers of complex candy sweetness, and a soft clove/spice finish.
Sayisa is a lot produced by the Buku Sayisa mill at extreme altitude. Expect all the classic Guji dark berry characters, lifted by a playful almost-carbonated acidity and candy-like florals.
Blanca Flor is a coalition of indigenous Lenca farmers in Intibucá, in the alpine mid-west of Honduras, and this lot comes from a group of members around the village of Pelon.
We were delighted by the freshening acidity as this coffee cools; layers of creamy nuts and molasses, a light fruit sweetness finishes cleanly with a raspberry acidity.
In 2015, Aureliano Sagastume replanted his farm with the Parainema variety, and the elaborate washed processing of this coffee showcases weighty citrus on top of a sweet and floral backbone, expect cola and bergamot as well as other sweet spices.