Filter Single Origin: Gayo Highland Natural

$22.00

Country Of Origin: Sumatra
Region: Bener Meriah

Process: Natural
Varietal: Bourbon, Ateng Super
Altitude: 1500
Farmer/Producer/Mill/: Pt, Indo Cafco Bener Meriah
Flavour Notes: Strawberry bubblegum, Blackberry, Grapefruit

We love choosing coffees that challenge our perception of particular origins and processing methods. This Bourbon (varietal) does so in both areas.

It's certainly not your typical representation of an Indonesian coffee, this coffee has delicious clean flavours and beautiful complex acidity. Normally you wouldn’t expect a natural processed coffee from Sumatra (by which the ripest cherry are selected sorted and allowed to dry with their flesh still on) This in part, is because of how overcast it can be after harvesting and the high rainfall year round, making it hard to dry coffee completely.

To remedy this, coffee cherries are dried on raised beds and transparent sheets are used to accelerate the drying process. When we cupped this coffee, we were excited by what we experienced and just had to let you in on what Sumatran coffees can be like. Enjoy!

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$22.00

Finca Sabanilla Super Specialty

$35.00

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. 
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*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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$35.00

Filter Single Origin: Los Pirineos

$22.00

Country Of Origin: El Salvador
Region: Usulutan, Tecapa
Process: Honey
Varietal: Pacamara
Altitude: 1550
Farmer/ Producer/ Mill: Gilberto Barona
Farm: Las Palmas
Flavour Note: Cherry, Green tea, Apple

Los Pirineos has been in the Baraona family for 120 years. Gilberto and his family are Specialty Coffee pioneers in El Salvador. They are proud to say coffee is life for their family.

Like many estates in El Salvador, Los Pirineos is blessed with rich, fertile volcanic soils which is always a good start to the development of a quality coffee. Gilberto Baraona keeps a watchful eye on all aspects of coffee production. They also hold the largest private coffee seed bank in El Salvador.

Always experimenting with different coffee's to find the most sustainable crop, ensuring the highest quality whilst maximising output. Being a “pacamara” (coffee varietal), this coffee is sweet and complex, with notes of cherry and green tea.

This is a beautiful and unique coffee that the Baraona family along with the P&R team know you will enjoy.

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$22.00