Estate: Various Santos
Grade: SCR 17/18
Varietal: Bourbon, Caturra
Processing: Dry Processed
Tasting notes: Nutty sweet flavour, often bitter sweet with a chocolaty roast taste.
Brazil Santos is the most traditional of Brazilian coffee.
The bean has been dried while in the fuit (dry processed) so some of the sweetness of the fruit carries into the cup.
Elevations in Brazil range from around 2000 feet to 4000 feet. These lower growing altitudes means Brazil coffees are relatively low in acidity. They tend to be round, sweet and balanced.
Santos refers to the market name given to the port through which this coffee is shipped.
Origin: Colombia Mountain Water Huila Decaf Estate: Southern Huila Projects Varietal: Cattura, Castillo, Typica Grade: Excelso Certification: Mountain Water Decaf Harvest Year: 2016 Processing: Wet processed – decaffeinated Tasting Notes: Sweet Nut, Caramel, Candy Sweetness
Origin: Democratic Republic of CongoEstate: Idjwi Island - Rebuild Womens HopeOwner: 1800 RWH MembersRegion: Idjwi Island, Lake Kivu, Eastern CongoAltitude: 1800-2000 maslVarietal: BourbonHarvest: Mar-JulCertification: ConventionalHarvest Year: 2017Processing: WashedSCAA Cup Score:...
Origin: Indonesian Java 'Old Brown' Estate: Various Grade: Aged 6yrs Certification: Conventional Processing: Wet Processed Tasting Notes: Dry earthy with deep savoury spicy notes. Heavy bodied with a long smoky finish. Musty tobacco aromas