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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 delicious mix of Colombia, Tabi and Caturra comes from Popayán in the Cauca Department. As is typical for the region, we’re getting lots of texture – chocolate and toffee; and refreshing red fruit acidity makes for an engaging drink as a black coffee or in milk.
We love Aricha coffees for their berry and stonefruit character, and this Natural processed lot from the Resiti mill is no exception. Dark chocolate opens to layers of sweet tropical and apricot fruit characters – with a complex honeysuckle aftertaste.
Kochere has long been one of our favourite areas for natural coffees, showing many similar characteristics to neighbouring Yirgacheffe coffees, and this superbly processed Welisho natural from the Shifo mill showcases all the stonefruit we love, finishing with floral and jelly candy characters.
This delicious natural Yirgacheffe coffee was purchased for our Looper Blend, and is also working a treat in the Moonface.
Expect complex layers of dark fruit, lighter stone fruit and tea in this elegant natural coffee from Worka.