This 3-pack showcases three single origin coffees with distinctive taste profiles, including our Fair Trade Nicaragua Jinotega, Ethiopia Guji Shakiso and Brazil Black. Each 12 oz. bag contains delectable handcrafted coffees freshly roasted to order. It's a diverse collection that will surely keep your taste buds happy.
Fair Trade Nicaragua Jinotega
Grown on a family-owned farm outside the city of Jinotega, this coffee is subjected to a rigorous quality control system that not only values quality but also trace-ability. All coffee is harvested by lots and classified by grade. This process ensures only the best coffee is harvested each year.
Since this coffee is cultivated at higher altitudes, it matures slowly and grows to be harder and denser than beans grown at lower elevations resulting in richer taste attributes. The coffee is prepared for export using a standard called European Preparation (EP), which means the coffee is hand sorted until there are no more than 8 defects per 300 grams of green coffee.
Cupping Notes: Dark Chocolate, Almond
Harvest: December - March
Process: Washed, Patio and solar dried machine
Altitude: 1,200 - 1,500 meters
Varietal: Bourbon, Catimor, Catuai, Caturra
Fair Trade Ethiopia Guji Shakiso
This organic Guji natural processed lot was sourced from 3 farms (collectively 75 acres) around the community of Gatame Muka in the coveted Shakiso district. The farmers (Jilo Barko, Jarso Muda, Teklu Miju), deliver ripe cherries to the station in Shakiso, which is owned and operated by Guji Highland Coffee Plantation. Ripe cherries are carefully sorted and then placed on raised drying beds in thin layers to dry for 15 to 20 days and turned regularly to avoid over-fermentation and mold. Raised beds are carefully constructed to ensure proper air circulation and temperature control, for optimal drying. Once the cherries are gently dried to 11 percent moisture, they are transported to the Guji Highland Coffee Plantation dry-mill where the same focus on sorting and quality control is executed through to the final export stage.
Cupping Notes: floral, watermelon, apricot
Harvest: November - February
Process: Natural, dried on raised beds
Altitude: 1,600 - 1,900 meters
Varietal: Indigenous Heirloom
This South American coffee displays a rich and creamy body. Almond and brown sugar undertones are married with hints of dark chocolate to produce a perfect cup for any time of day. With it's balanced profile, this coffee can be enjoyed as drip or single origin espresso.
Roast: Full Medium +
Farm: Finca Cerrado Mineiro
Harvest: June - October
Altitude: 800-1300 meters
Varietal: Acaia Cerrado
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