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This coffee was sourced from our friends from Cofinet. Popayán is located in the department of Cauca at 1.700 m.a.s.l. The region’s topography is perfect to grow exceptional coffee! The so-called Meseta de Popayan is sheltered by the Andes mountain range which helps generate homogeneous climatic and altitudinal characteristics. The result is a balanced cup profile with floral and caramel notes.
The Hindi word ‘Ratnagiri’ translates literally to ‘Pearl Mountain’, a reference to the dense silver oak canopy which crowns this farm. Ratnagiri was established in 1920 and is owned and operated by Ashok Patre, having been passed down from Grandfather, to father to son. This naturally processed selection includes an extended anaerobic fermentation period and is dried on raised beds for 20-21 days under 50% shade.
This farm is consistently producing the best Indian coffees on our cupping table, season after season.
This hidden gem is found under the Dragon’s hill and is one of the only few Tarrazu’s sub-region without phone reception!
After generations of passion, hard work and taking the best care possible of his farms, Don William was not comfortable with selling his coffee cherries to a production facility.
The only solution was to add value by processing his own coffee. When Don William got the mill he named it after his second daughter Hellen, who was helping him on this adventure. In 2015 he decided to specialise on natural processing of the best quality cherries – a bold move, as over-fermentations could have meant a tremendous monetary cost.
It is an honour to present this beautiful coffee and life story to you.
This Yellow Bourbon is produced by Nazareth Pereira from the Fazenda Sertão, it is a fantastic example of how the Brazilian coffee producers are always more capable of growing interesting coffees for the specialty coffee world. This natural process coffee surprises with its extreme sweetness and a very clean low acidity, able to give you a very elegant and velvety cup of espresso.
Carmo de Minas is a part of the region of Sul de Minas that historically has been dominated by smaller coffee producers. The town of Carmo has a high number of specialty coffee producers.The harvest period is from late May until September.
Our objective is to help people move on from commercial to specialty which means traceability, sustainability and a completely different appreciation of the sensory qualities of a coffee.
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