This one is proof that it's possible to have a great, non-caffeinated brew. Sourced by our friends over at Primavera, it's another tasty Guatemalan coffee.
In the cup, you can expect juicy cherry and marzipan flavour notes with subtle blackberry acidity and raisin sweetness.
Origin: New Oriente, Guatemala
Varietals: Caturra, Pache, San Ramon
Processing: Carbon Dioxide (CO2)
Roast degree: Medium (read more).
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Notes from the importer:
Raul Sanchez of Finca Loma Alta is a leader in the coffee community of Jalapa, and this outstanding farm produces some of the best coffees we’ve had from that region. Because water can be scarce in Jalapa, Raul’s coffee is delivered to us as cherry the same day that it is picked. These lots are remarkably uniform, a sign of careful picking! Our team processes them in Fraijanes and prepares them for export.
Raul also works with the Del Paraiso producer organization in Jalapa, which works to strengthen the local community by finding specialty partners such as Primavera and helping producers access those buyers. He’s committed to raising the acclaim of Jalapa’s specialty coffee producers to benefit the entire community.
Still trying to get this to work as espresso and with milk as a flat white. Very mild but pleasant flavour - nothing distinctive about it, can’t seem to get the tasting notes mentioned.