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Light roasts aiming at preserving each coffee’s unique flavor properties. Suitably roasted for brewing methods such as Dripper, Percolator, French Press, Aeropress etc.
Costa Rica Familia Monge
Green grapes, Dark raisins, Sugarcane sweetness Costa Rica Tarrazu Familia Monge Black Honey GrainPro is sourced from a family-owned farm located in La Esperanza de Tarrazu within the province of San José, Costa Rica. The 12-acre farm, called La Esperanza Familia Monge, is owned and managed by the father and son team of Rodolfo and Gustavo Monge. Rodolfo has more than 40 years of experience cultivating coffee but has only been processing the families coffee for the last four years in large part because of Gustavo’s interest in creating traceability for his family's coffee. The farm now has its own micro-mill where cherry selection, depulping, and drying are meticulously executed with a focus on balancing environmental impact with expressive cup profiles. This honey processed coffee is an example of precisely executed methods of drying coffee while the mucilage remains attached to the bean, which reduces water consumption by eliminating the need to wash the mucilage from the bean Area: La Esperanza de Tarrazu, San Jose, Costa Rica Process: Black Honey Variety: Catuai, Caturra Altitude: 1500-1700 meters
Kenya Uklili AA
Blackcurrant, White Wine, Rainier Cherries Filter One of the sweetest Kenya that we've ever roasted to date. Expect a syrupy medium body with impeccable balance in the cup. An elegant acidity as opposed to sharp intense acidity that we always identify Kenyans to be. Very enjoyable from hot till cool A 95 point scoring coffee on CoffeeReviews - https://www.coffeereview.com/review/kenya-kiambu-uklili-aa/ Area: Kiambu growing region, south-central Kenya Process: Fully Washed Variety: SL28, SL34 Altitude: 1750m
Uganda Sipi Falls
Sweet Barley, Plums, Chamomile Tea Filter Uganda has traditionally been known as a producer of Robusta- an inferior quality species under the Coffea genus. The major reason Arabica was not being produced in many areas in Uganda in the first place was more a matter of infrastructure, history and knowledge than environment. Some premium growing areas for delicious Arabica would be the slopes of Mt. Elgon in Uganda’s East (bordering Kenya) and on the slopes of Mount Rwenzori, known locally as the ‘mountains of the moon’, in the Northwest bordering the Democratic Republic of Congo. The name, Kawacom Sipi Falls Sustainable Project, hails from the local scenic landmark of Sipi Falls. This 3 phase waterfall plunges down the slopes of Mt Elgon. It was thought to be the highest mountain at one stage because of its gigantic base, which covers 3,500 square kilometers across Uganda and Kenya. Area: Cooperative - Kawacom Sipi Falls Sustainable Project Process: Fully Washed Variety: SL28, SL14 Altitude: 1300-2100m