Expect notes of;
MANGO | STRAWBERRY MILKSHAKE | RASPBERRY
Altitude: 900 - 1,100 masl
About this coffee;
We are pleased to announce that the newest harvest of this unique coffee has arrived this month at the roastery.
Tropical Bahia is a coffee that is cultivated at the highest elevations in the state of Bahia, which has some of the best coffee cultivation conditions in Brazil but often encounters problems with drying due to high humidity and rainfall during the harvest and processing season.
For this reason, many choose to transport their cherries around 50km to the neighbouring Caatinga biome, known for its warmer, drier climate. En route, the cherries undergo a unique fermentation process in a closed truck. The process never lasts more than 24 hours, but the resulting cup profile is packed with fruity sweetness.
Following our long-term commitment to our coffee producers, we are pleased to introduce to you a few of them working to bring you this outstanding coffee:
Manoelito Ataide Santos, Fazenda Baixadao
“I had great influence from my Father who has always lived in the countryside. I left other activities that I had, and decided to be a coffee producer, just like my father was, replicating his knowledge.”
Sidmar Candido Da Silva, Fazenda Campo Belo
“Coffee is our main source of income. Our Family comes together and carries out all the harvest and post-harvest work together. With great dedication, we always seek to improve our coffee quality.
Espresso: 1:2 coffee to water, extracted in 28 – 32 seconds
Filter: 60-65g coffee per litre of water, brewed for 3-4 mins
Filter 7 days | Espresso 14 days from roast date
This coffee may be rested prior to dispatch
We roast and despatch Monday to Friday. All orders placed after 10 am on Friday will be roasted and despatched the following Monday.
Our new box is sourced from an FSC sustainable source and is fully recyclable. The inner freshness bag is 100% recyclable and carbon neutral.
If you are selecting a pre-ground option from the dropdown menu above, your box will be clearly labelled with the grind for the appropriate brew method, to avoid any confusion.