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Ethiopia GujiRegular price 45,00 lei
This coffee is bright and delicate while also retaining the fruit-forward profile so indicative of naturals from this region. Reminds us of a British cream tea!
Daanisa is a sub-kebele in the Guji region. The name comes from the local name for an umbrella-shaped native tree. The daanisa tree has medicinal properties and is used for wide range of construction purposes. Perhaps most importantly, it is used to shade the region’s coffee trees.
The Guji region receives ample rainfall and is marked by steep mountainous terrain. Perfect conditions to support the vast array of coffee found here. Only recently have Guji coffees been distinguished from neighbouring Sidamo and Yirgacheffe producing areas. Due to their immense quality and unique profiles however, they are quickly gaining international recognition.
Brazil Bota ForaRegular price 35,00 lei
Knowledge of the land and coffee processing stretches back four generations at Fazenda Bota Fora in Brazil’s Mantiquieria de Minas region.
Bota Fora has remained in the same family for over 100 years. Since Francisco Teóphilo Reis Neto bought the land and the fazenda in 1900, ownership has passed through four generations of family. The current owner and manager, Maria de Fátima Silva Marques da Fonseca, is the latest in the family to care for the land.
The farm can count on many years of expertise in quality production. Bota Fora has five permanent workers who have been working on the property for the last twenty years. For technical support, they can rely on the COCARIVE cooperative and Emater MG (a governmental organisation that provides assistance to farmers in Minas Gerais). These skilled teams of agronomists advise on the best planting techniques, cultivation systems, drying and conservation methods, the newest coffee processing machines and more.
Rwanda RwinyoniRegular price 45,00 lei
Despite its turbulent history, today Rwanda is one of the specialty coffee world’s darlings.
Today, smallholders propel the industry in Rwanda forward. The country doesn’t have any large estates. Most coffee is grown by the 400,000+ smallholders, who own less than a quarter of a hectare. The majority of Rwanda’s coffee production is Arabica. Bourbon variety plants comprise 95% of all coffee trees cultivated in Rwanda.
Rwinyoni washing station sits on the shore of Lake Kivu at 1,500 meters above sea level. The station, built in 2012, placed at the Cup of Excellence during its first year of operation.
The station focuses on high quality coffee and the exceptional attention to detail during post-harvest activities by selecting and processing only ripe, red cherry ensures the best quality coffee possible. From the moment cherry enters the washing station until it is milled and bagged for export, it keeps stringent quality controls in place
Colombia DecafRegular price 35,00 lei
The process begins with pure water and ends with amazing coffee that is 99.9% caffeine free. The difficulty to decaffeination is that many of the flavor compounds that give coffee it excellent taste are, like caffeine, water soluble. Thus, any decaffeination method needs to single out and remove the caffeine molecule, while preserving as many of the flavor compounds as possible.
The Swiss Water Process (SWP) is a non-solvent method for decaffeinating unroasted coffee beans. The mixture produce by soaking the green coffee beans in water to remove the caffeine, called the green coffee extract (GCE), results in a free of added chemicals and also caffeine free, being processed using the cleanest water possible.