No. 9 Roast

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If you'd like to know more about No.9 Roast, head over to our blog post here.

Expect a really sumptuous drink with a sweet and lovely smooth caramel finish. This is solid, well-balanced coffee that is super easy to brew and it's been designed specifically for espresso - a first for us! The roast is just a tad more developed than usual (but still no oil on the beans or anything like that - yuk!) and it's just perfect for those of you that like just that little bit more intensity and boldness in the cup. It tastes amazing in espresso-based drinks as the people of Nether Edge will no doubt tell you. We're proud to bring this coffee to the rest of the country too. For anyone looking for an easy drinking, easy brewing coffee - look no further. Absolutely perfect for bean to cup machines too! 

Origin:  Jardin, Andes, Colombia.

Owner:  Various Smallholders. 

Varietals: Castillo, Colombia and Caturra

Processing: Washed

Do you need a recipe? - we're not sure you do! (see what we're on about here). Remember though, our Facebook group is a great place to discuss your brewing experiences with others and we're always happy to help if we can - just drop us a line using the message icon in the bottom right corner of this screen!

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This regional blend comes from the beautiful area of Jardin nestled in the Andes in the Antioquia department of Colombia.

 

This lot of coffee comes from various smallholders who belong to the Cooperative DelosAndes who have supported these growers and their families for generations in this region. The Co-operative is very active in trying to protect their members and has introduced a pension program for the members as well as having programs to encourage the next generation of coffee farmers.

This lot has come from farms from 1-5 ha in size where the coffee is picked, pulped and fermented (usually dry) for between 18-36 hours depending on weather and exact altitude. After this, the coffee is then dried on roof patios or in parabolic driers for 10-14 days. From here they then deliver it to the coop where they store it and grade it.

Remember! - Shipping is now only £1.50 on our 250g bags, using First Class Royal Mail. If your order totals more than £35, then shipping by DPD is FREE! - you can also order online and collect your beans from us (see here for details).

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