Espresso Single Origin: Uraga


Country Of Origin: Ethiopia
Region: Uraga, Guji
Process: Washed
Varietal: Heirloom
Altitude: 2200-2400
Farmer/Producer/Mill: Melkisa
Flavour Note: Raspberry, Aniseed, Bergamont

Coming from a private washing station in Uraga in the Guji region, this coffee is a high-quality Ethiopian. With a discerning eye for quality, Israel Degfa watches over all aspects of the coffee production. He ensures that Farmers are paid fairly and that coffees are meticulously separated during processing ensuring the integrity of each crop.

Keen on improving quality every year, Israel invests in his mills and trains the Farmers he buys coffee from. He also uses payment structures that reward's farmers a second time based on final cup quality. To further this quality Israel invests in flotation systems to sort coffee cherries that more easily separate the ripest cherries from those that are underripe.

At P&R we have a fairly straightforward approach to choosing coffees, they must be delicious, traceable and sustainable, this coffee exceeds in all of these areas. Enjoy!

*This product is a once off item and is not connected to subscriptions. 

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Finca Sabanilla Super Specialty


Sold only as beans

Country Of Origin: Costa Rica
Region: Central Valley
Process: Natural*
Varietal: Caturra, Catuai
Altitude: 1450
Estate: Finca Sabanilla 
Farmer/Mill/Producer: Las Lajas
Flavour Notes Espresso: Red raspberry licorice
Flavour Notes Filter: A bag of Skittles (SOLD OUT)

Finca Sabanilla is what happens when two of Costa Rica’s best coffee producers decide to experiment with never-seen-before techniques, utilizing the latest technology whilst being backed by rigorous scientific process.

Oscar and Francisca Chacon oversee all stages of the coffee production with unwavering passion and attention to detail. Their cherries are harvested only when the sugar content within the cherries reach exactly 22%. Then once mechanically de-pulped to conserve water at the Chacon’s own mill Las Lajas, the lot undergoes a variation on natural processing called ‘Perla Negra’ (Black Pearl). This involves sun drying for 10 days while rotating constantly, before being finished on raised beds for 2-3 days.

We are in awe of the Chacon’s dedication to excellence in all facets of coffee production, as well as their commitment to producing ethical, sustainable, and absolutely delicious coffee.

Oh, and it’s all organic. We’re sure you’ll agree, this is a super special coffee. 

*Natural - Perla Negra (dries directly in the sun for 10 days, rotating constantly, then transferred to bags and left for 2–3 days before being finished on the raised beds).

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