Beans, Drip coffee – Filter, French press, Home espresso machine, Moka pot
This is the first time 80plus has ever had the pleasure to serve you coffees from Yemen, very unique and rare. This coffee specifically comes from Pearl of Tehama, a woman led company of coffee export in Yemen, quite unusual for a world that is mostly dominated by men. Thanks to Pearl of Tehama, the producers can have more access to solicit international assistance for needed infrastructure improvements like roads, schools and water systems.
Another beautiful coffee from the Gold Mountain Producers.
Ana Carolina’s 100% red catuai is a far trip from the dry mill, requiring a 2-hour journey to get down the mountain. Her coffee is uniquely malic in a peach candy-like way that impresses cuppers each year. The entire lot is depulped by a hand crank without the use of a gas or electric motor! Ana Carolina hopes to build a new wet mill in the coming years and to continue improving her farm’s yield with support from Gold Mountain Coffee Growers and direct connections with roasters.
Anda Luz sits between 1,500 and 1,980 m.a.s.l and the soil is mostly of volcanic origin, with a few sectors of clay loam. Besides coffee, Manfred grows plantains for shade. This terroir gives incredible flavour characteristics to the coffees.
All three varieties stayed intact for 48 hours before the cherry was de-pulped and
fermented for 12 hours in tanks. The beans were then washed and put out to dry for 8 (Geisha), 12 (Java) and 15 days (Typica), respectively.
This coffee from Chiapas has been treated without chemicals to extract caffeine from the beans in a more delicate and natural way with mountain water. The water solution is saturated with all coffee components except for caffeine, so caffeine is extracted by osmosis without affecting the flavours.
· Origin: Mexico, Chiapas
· Processing: Washed
· Decaffeination process: Mountain water process
· Aroma: Cereal, Sugar cane
· Flavour: Citric, Milk chocolate, Cookies
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.
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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