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Cerro Azul Gesha – Naturals (Colombia)

from 2,000.00
  • Producer: Café Granja La Esperanza
  • Region: Valle del Cauca, Colombia
  • Type: 100% Arabica
  • Roast Profile: Omni Roast
  • Altitude: 1700 – 2000 MASL
  • Process: Naturals
  • Varieties: Gesha
  • Flavor Notes: Red Apple, Guava, Strawberry Jam, Raspberry Lemonade

We’re excited to bring you our second lot from the world-renowned, prestigious Colombian super-specialty producer – Café Granja La Esperanza. This Gesha comes from their precious gem of a farm, Cerro Azul, located at an altitude of almost 2000 metres above sea level. The Gesha varietal needs no introduction but this carefully nurtured lot surely does. As is the case with any specialty coffee, we recommend allowing your cup of Cerro Azul Gesha Naturals to cool a bit once you have brewed it. Your initial sips will reveal sweet red apples and guava. The tactile is rich and creamy and is enhanced by a bright and sparkling acidity that lingers on. Further investigation of the rich experience of your palate will introduce hints of raspberry lemonade and a slightly sweet strawberry jam aftertaste.

The process involves rigorous and selective picking of cherries when they have attained a grape-like colour and a brix reading of 18. The fermentation is carried out for 36 hours after which the produce is left for 48 hours in a silo for drying (at an average temperature of 35 °C). They are then passed through the solar dryer for approximately 15 days.

Café Granja La Esperanza was founded in 1945. After many years of hard work, the farm was very productive regardless of the changes in the country and in the international coffee market. Third generation coffee growers Rigoberto and Luis Eduardo Herrera have always harbored a very special interest in coffee production and processing. Born in Caicedonia, Valle del Cauca, they began to revolutionize the specialty coffee scene in 1998 and continue the family dream that began in 1945. Cafe Granja La Esperanza manages 3 farms: Cerro Azul, Potosi, and Las Margaritas. At Finca Cerro Azul, only the Gesha variety is grown. The Finca is called Cerro Azul or ‘Blue Mountain’ because when Don Rigoberto was living on the nearby La Esperanza farm, the mountain he could see from his house looked blue and white because of the mist which surrounded its peak. On visiting the land, he felt a positive energy from the land and the neighbours which made him decide to buy the land and transform it into Finca Cerro Azul. Café Granja La Esperanza are the only producers who had 3 coffees featured in Coffee Review’s Best 15 Coffees of the World in 2019 – all three coffees scoring 95 and above.

We invite you to indulge in this amazing coffee experience and experience the fruit of the dreams, hopes, visions and hard work of each person in the value chain who has contributed to its creation.

Red Apple
Guava
Strawberry Jam
Raspberry Lemonade

from 2,000.00
  • Producer: Café Granja La Esperanza
  • Region: Valle del Cauca, Colombia
  • Type: 100% Arabica
  • Roast Profile: Omni Roast
  • Altitude: 1700 – 2000 MASL
  • Process: Naturals
  • Varieties: Gesha
  • Flavor Notes: Red Apple, Guava, Strawberry Jam, Raspberry Lemonade

We’re excited to bring you our second lot from the world-renowned, prestigious Colombian super-specialty producer – Café Granja La Esperanza. This Gesha comes from their precious gem of a farm, Cerro Azul, located at an altitude of almost 2000 metres above sea level. The Gesha varietal needs no introduction but this carefully nurtured lot surely does. As is the case with any specialty coffee, we recommend allowing your cup of Cerro Azul Gesha Naturals to cool a bit once you have brewed it. Your initial sips will reveal sweet red apples and guava. The tactile is rich and creamy and is enhanced by a bright and sparkling acidity that lingers on. Further investigation of the rich experience of your palate will introduce hints of raspberry lemonade and a slightly sweet strawberry jam aftertaste.

The process involves rigorous and selective picking of cherries when they have attained a grape-like colour and a brix reading of 18. The fermentation is carried out for 36 hours after which the produce is left for 48 hours in a silo for drying (at an average temperature of 35 °C). They are then passed through the solar dryer for approximately 15 days.

Café Granja La Esperanza was founded in 1945. After many years of hard work, the farm was very productive regardless of the changes in the country and in the international coffee market. Third generation coffee growers Rigoberto and Luis Eduardo Herrera have always harbored a very special interest in coffee production and processing. Born in Caicedonia, Valle del Cauca, they began to revolutionize the specialty coffee scene in 1998 and continue the family dream that began in 1945. Cafe Granja La Esperanza manages 3 farms: Cerro Azul, Potosi, and Las Margaritas. At Finca Cerro Azul, only the Gesha variety is grown. The Finca is called Cerro Azul or ‘Blue Mountain’ because when Don Rigoberto was living on the nearby La Esperanza farm, the mountain he could see from his house looked blue and white because of the mist which surrounded its peak. On visiting the land, he felt a positive energy from the land and the neighbours which made him decide to buy the land and transform it into Finca Cerro Azul. Café Granja La Esperanza are the only producers who had 3 coffees featured in Coffee Review’s Best 15 Coffees of the World in 2019 – all three coffees scoring 95 and above.

We invite you to indulge in this amazing coffee experience and experience the fruit of the dreams, hopes, visions and hard work of each person in the value chain who has contributed to its creation.

Ginsberg – Baarbara Carbonic Maceration (Microlot)

from 535.00
  • Producers: Sreeraksha Pournesh, Poojya Prasad
  • Region: Chikmagalur
  • Type: 100% Arabica
  • Roast Profile: Omni Roast
  • Altitude: 1170 – 1600 MASL
  • Process: Carbonic Macecration
  • Varieties: SL795
  • Flavor Notes: Mandarin, Black Cherry, Nectarine

Carbonic Maceration as a process was extremely popular in the wine industry before it exploded into the universe of coffee. Groundbreaking, diverse and ever-changing, the process is used by creative producers looking to unlock hidden potential in the coffees that they grow. Baarbara Estate, located at the foothills of Baba Budan Giri, has been producing coffee for over a century, and with a clear vision in mind, have played a major role in promoting Indian specialty coffee to roasters across India. We dedicate this lot to beat poet Allen Ginsberg – the founding father of the Beat Generation who brought us groundbreaking poems like Howl and Kaddish that defined the counterculture of the sixties and the seventies. Honest, gritty and uncompromising, he transcended the structural limitations of traditional poetry and introduced the literary world to an improvisational rhythmic style of poetry that channeled raw and honest emotions.

The carbonic maceration process gives this coffee a winey texture and will roll onto your palate like a refreshing, juicy concoction. As expected, this coffee is bursting with sweet and fruity notes. You will find black cherries, nectarine and mandarin that tend to linger and leave a smooth and pleasing aftertaste. A huge congratulations to Sreeraksha Pournesh who with his hard work and passion has brought forth this gem of Indian coffee.

Mandarin
Black Cherry
Nectarine

from 535.00
  • Producers: Sreeraksha Pournesh, Poojya Prasad
  • Region: Chikmagalur
  • Type: 100% Arabica
  • Roast Profile: Omni Roast
  • Altitude: 1170 – 1600 MASL
  • Process: Carbonic Macecration
  • Varieties: SL795
  • Flavor Notes: Mandarin, Black Cherry, Nectarine

Carbonic Maceration as a process was extremely popular in the wine industry before it exploded into the universe of coffee. Groundbreaking, diverse and ever-changing, the process is used by creative producers looking to unlock hidden potential in the coffees that they grow. Baarbara Estate, located at the foothills of Baba Budan Giri, has been producing coffee for over a century, and with a clear vision in mind, have played a major role in promoting Indian specialty coffee to roasters across India. We dedicate this lot to beat poet Allen Ginsberg – the founding father of the Beat Generation who brought us groundbreaking poems like Howl and Kaddish that defined the counterculture of the sixties and the seventies. Honest, gritty and uncompromising, he transcended the structural limitations of traditional poetry and introduced the literary world to an improvisational rhythmic style of poetry that channeled raw and honest emotions.

The carbonic maceration process gives this coffee a winey texture and will roll onto your palate like a refreshing, juicy concoction. As expected, this coffee is bursting with sweet and fruity notes. You will find black cherries, nectarine and mandarin that tend to linger and leave a smooth and pleasing aftertaste. A huge congratulations to Sreeraksha Pournesh who with his hard work and passion has brought forth this gem of Indian coffee.

Huila Supremo Decaf (Colombia)

from 465.00
  • Producer: CR3
  • Region: Huila, Colombia
  • Type: 100% Arabica
  • Roast Profile: Omni Roast
  • Altitude: 1200 – 1800 MASL
  • Process: DCM Decaffeination
  • Varieties: Various
  • Flavor Notes: Mandarin, Malt, Roasted Nuts

Colombia is the third-largest producer of coffee in the world and the largest producer of washed Arabica. Colombia Supremo refers to the largest size of beans from Colombia. Supremo is a screen size of 17 or 18. Huila is framed by the Central and Eastern ranges of the Andes and greatly benefits from the nitrogen-rich volcanic soil. Most of the Region sits in the Magdalena Valley which provides great variation in climate. Most of the farms in the Huila region are between 1200 and 1800 m.a.s.l.

The DCM decaffeination process used for this lot ensures a sweet cup with brightened acidity. The Omni Roast profile perfected for this lot helps the coffee perform well in espresso and manual brewing methods.

Mandarin
Malt
Roasted Nuts

from 465.00
  • Producer: CR3
  • Region: Huila, Colombia
  • Type: 100% Arabica
  • Roast Profile: Omni Roast
  • Altitude: 1200 – 1800 MASL
  • Process: DCM Decaffeination
  • Varieties: Various
  • Flavor Notes: Mandarin, Malt, Roasted Nuts

Colombia is the third-largest producer of coffee in the world and the largest producer of washed Arabica. Colombia Supremo refers to the largest size of beans from Colombia. Supremo is a screen size of 17 or 18. Huila is framed by the Central and Eastern ranges of the Andes and greatly benefits from the nitrogen-rich volcanic soil. Most of the Region sits in the Magdalena Valley which provides great variation in climate. Most of the farms in the Huila region are between 1200 and 1800 m.a.s.l.

The DCM decaffeination process used for this lot ensures a sweet cup with brightened acidity. The Omni Roast profile perfected for this lot helps the coffee perform well in espresso and manual brewing methods.

Ikkyū – Harley Yeast Maceration (Microlot)

from 515.00
  • Producers: DM Purnesh, DM Shankar
  • Region: Sakleshpur
  • Type: 100% Arabica
  • Roast Profile: Omni Roast
  • Altitude: 950 – 1050 MASL
  • Process: Yeast Maceration
  • Varieties:  SL 9 , SL 795
  • Flavor Notes: Carambola, Passion Fruit, Plum

Harley Estate – the jeweled plot of coffee land in Sakleshpur – sustained, nurtured and evolved by revolutionary coffee producer DM Purnesh and his family brings you a specially processed Yeast Macerated coffee that is curated by us to push you into a deep Zen state of bliss and contentment. There is only one genius that this coffee can be dedicated to and that is the iconoclastic, eccentric Zen Master Ikkyū Sojun.

As the grand tradition of Zen began to dwindle into feverishly strict practices dictated by generations of tradition, Ikkyū showed his peers the true way with his unstructured poetry, unpolished honesty and exotic approach to life. He abandoned the conservative ways of monkhood and never feared to indulge in every pleasing experience that life had on offer. We invite you to partake in the Harley experience – a plantation that has been pioneering experimental processing in India over the last decade. This Yeast Macerated lot is characterized by sweet notes of Carambola (starfruit), passion fruit and underlying plum hints that are sure to bring you into a state untethered bliss.

Process: Selectively harvested whole ripe cherries with the highest sugar content were washed with clean water and stored in an airtight container for fermentation. Yeast was added to this environment and fermentation was allowed to take place for 18 hours. Following this, the produce was moved to raised beds for drying over a period of 22 days.

Carambola
Passion Fruit
Plum

from 515.00
  • Producers: DM Purnesh, DM Shankar
  • Region: Sakleshpur
  • Type: 100% Arabica
  • Roast Profile: Omni Roast
  • Altitude: 950 – 1050 MASL
  • Process: Yeast Maceration
  • Varieties:  SL 9 , SL 795
  • Flavor Notes: Carambola, Passion Fruit, Plum

Harley Estate – the jeweled plot of coffee land in Sakleshpur – sustained, nurtured and evolved by revolutionary coffee producer DM Purnesh and his family brings you a specially processed Yeast Macerated coffee that is curated by us to push you into a deep Zen state of bliss and contentment. There is only one genius that this coffee can be dedicated to and that is the iconoclastic, eccentric Zen Master Ikkyū Sojun.

As the grand tradition of Zen began to dwindle into feverishly strict practices dictated by generations of tradition, Ikkyū showed his peers the true way with his unstructured poetry, unpolished honesty and exotic approach to life. He abandoned the conservative ways of monkhood and never feared to indulge in every pleasing experience that life had on offer. We invite you to partake in the Harley experience – a plantation that has been pioneering experimental processing in India over the last decade. This Yeast Macerated lot is characterized by sweet notes of Carambola (starfruit), passion fruit and underlying plum hints that are sure to bring you into a state untethered bliss.

Process: Selectively harvested whole ripe cherries with the highest sugar content were washed with clean water and stored in an airtight container for fermentation. Yeast was added to this environment and fermentation was allowed to take place for 18 hours. Following this, the produce was moved to raised beds for drying over a period of 22 days.

La Pastora (Costa Rica)

from 465.00
  • Producer: Cooperativa Tarrazu
  • Region: Tarrazu
  • Type: 100% Arabica
  • Roast Profile: Omni Roast
  • Altitude: 1200 – 1900 MASL
  • Process: Washed
  • Varieties: Caturra, Red and Yellow Catuai
  • Flavor Notes: Cocoa Nibs, Melons, Grapes

From the world-famous coffee region of Tarrazú in Costa Rica comes La Pastora – a balanced coffee with citrus acidity and a beautiful body carrying notes of cocoa nibs and melons with a grapy finish.

La Pastora is a branded coffee that is solely produced by CoopeTarrazú R.L. The cooperative prides itself on a focused set of commitments to sustainability, protection and improvement of the environment, high-quality products/services and improving the quality of life of its members and the associated community.

Cocoa Nibs
Melons
Grapes

from 465.00
  • Producer: Cooperativa Tarrazu
  • Region: Tarrazu
  • Type: 100% Arabica
  • Roast Profile: Omni Roast
  • Altitude: 1200 – 1900 MASL
  • Process: Washed
  • Varieties: Caturra, Red and Yellow Catuai
  • Flavor Notes: Cocoa Nibs, Melons, Grapes

From the world-famous coffee region of Tarrazú in Costa Rica comes La Pastora – a balanced coffee with citrus acidity and a beautiful body carrying notes of cocoa nibs and melons with a grapy finish.

La Pastora is a branded coffee that is solely produced by CoopeTarrazú R.L. The cooperative prides itself on a focused set of commitments to sustainability, protection and improvement of the environment, high-quality products/services and improving the quality of life of its members and the associated community.

Monsoon Malabar AA (India)

from 420.00
  • Producer: Aspinwall
  • Region: Karnataka
  • Type: 100% Arabica
  • Roast Profile: Omni Roast
  • Altitude: 1000 – 1500 MASL
  • Process: Monsooned
  • Varieties: Various
  • Flavor Notes: Earthy, Mellow, Dark Chocolate

An overcast day, a reminiscent mood and a bottomless cup of India’s famed Monsoon Malabar. Our handpicked lots of Monsooned coffee are procured from Aspinwall – one of the best and largest producers of Monsoon Malabar in the modern world. Experiment with your brewing and look out for a unique bitter dark chocolate flavor in this cup that complements its earthy and mellow characteristics.

Earthy
Mellow
Dark Chocolate

from 420.00
  • Producer: Aspinwall
  • Region: Karnataka
  • Type: 100% Arabica
  • Roast Profile: Omni Roast
  • Altitude: 1000 – 1500 MASL
  • Process: Monsooned
  • Varieties: Various
  • Flavor Notes: Earthy, Mellow, Dark Chocolate

An overcast day, a reminiscent mood and a bottomless cup of India’s famed Monsoon Malabar. Our handpicked lots of Monsooned coffee are procured from Aspinwall – one of the best and largest producers of Monsoon Malabar in the modern world. Experiment with your brewing and look out for a unique bitter dark chocolate flavor in this cup that complements its earthy and mellow characteristics.

Udayagiri Washed (India)

from 445.00
  • Producers: Kalasaiah Family
  • Region: Hosapura
  • Type: 100% Arabica
  • Roast Profile: Omni Roast
  • Altitude: 1250 MASL
  • Process: Washed
  • Varieties: SL795, Chandragiri
  • Flavor Notes: Hazelnut, Citrus Blossom, White Chocolate

As Indian coffee moves through new dimensions of experimentation yielding the wildest flavours and aromas, there are those of you out there who will never betray the classic bold flavor of a solid Indian Washed Arabica. This washed lot from our new producer partner – Udayagiri Estate – is clean, uniform and bold in flavor and suitable for classical coffee lovers.

The lot is a mix of Selection 795 and Chandragiri varietals with the former bringing timeless notes of Hazelnut and White chocolate to the cup and the latter ensuring the ideal spark of acidity with a pleasant citrus blossom note. Have it black or with milk, have it all day long. If you like your coffee to be bold, straightforward and uniform in flavor, this is sure to be a favourite.

Hazelnut
Citrus Blossom
White Chocolate

from 445.00
  • Producers: Kalasaiah Family
  • Region: Hosapura
  • Type: 100% Arabica
  • Roast Profile: Omni Roast
  • Altitude: 1250 MASL
  • Process: Washed
  • Varieties: SL795, Chandragiri
  • Flavor Notes: Hazelnut, Citrus Blossom, White Chocolate

As Indian coffee moves through new dimensions of experimentation yielding the wildest flavours and aromas, there are those of you out there who will never betray the classic bold flavor of a solid Indian Washed Arabica. This washed lot from our new producer partner – Udayagiri Estate – is clean, uniform and bold in flavor and suitable for classical coffee lovers.

The lot is a mix of Selection 795 and Chandragiri varietals with the former bringing timeless notes of Hazelnut and White chocolate to the cup and the latter ensuring the ideal spark of acidity with a pleasant citrus blossom note. Have it black or with milk, have it all day long. If you like your coffee to be bold, straightforward and uniform in flavor, this is sure to be a favourite.

Zoya AAA Naturals (India)

from 535.00
  • Producers: Caffeine Nirvana
  • Region: Baba Budan Giri
  • Type: 100% Arabica
  • Roast Profile: Omni Roast
  • Altitude: 1275 MASL
  • Process: Naturals
  • Varieties: Selection 795, Chandragiri, Selection 5B
  • Flavor Notes: Cane Sugar, Lychee, Peach

Indian coffee is an infinite landscape that we are perpetually exploring only to find new gems that reveal themselves to us season after season. One such gem we encountered this year was Zoya Estate in the Baba Budan Giri region. The family of Ishrath Ali that runs the estate boast experience of almost three centuries of producing coffee in the region. This year, they produced an amazing lot of AAA Naturals comprised of the Selection 795, Chandragiri and Selection 5B varietals. A carefully tailored omni roast profile from our end empowers this coffee with the special ability to taste oustanding across espresso and filter brewing. The cup is characterized by a pleasant cane sugar sweetness, is full-bodied and with taunting hints of peach and lychee.

 

Process:

Berries are handpicked which have achieve ripeness in the range of 90% – 110%. The fermentation done was a mix of 6-hour Aerobic Fermentation followed by 16-hour anaerobic fermentation. The drying time was for a period of 16 days during which the coffee was closely monitored to ensure no undesirable effects were caused by climactic conditions. The beans were rested for a period of 3 – 4 months under cool conditions. Dry milling was done with the help of Mr. Ashok Patre of Ratnagiri Estate. The beans were finally screened and sorted to separate AAA beans the yield a high quality lot with complex characteristics.

Cane Sugar
Lychee
Peach

from 535.00
  • Producers: Caffeine Nirvana
  • Region: Baba Budan Giri
  • Type: 100% Arabica
  • Roast Profile: Omni Roast
  • Altitude: 1275 MASL
  • Process: Naturals
  • Varieties: Selection 795, Chandragiri, Selection 5B
  • Flavor Notes: Cane Sugar, Lychee, Peach

Indian coffee is an infinite landscape that we are perpetually exploring only to find new gems that reveal themselves to us season after season. One such gem we encountered this year was Zoya Estate in the Baba Budan Giri region. The family of Ishrath Ali that runs the estate boast experience of almost three centuries of producing coffee in the region. This year, they produced an amazing lot of AAA Naturals comprised of the Selection 795, Chandragiri and Selection 5B varietals. A carefully tailored omni roast profile from our end empowers this coffee with the special ability to taste oustanding across espresso and filter brewing. The cup is characterized by a pleasant cane sugar sweetness, is full-bodied and with taunting hints of peach and lychee.

 

Process:

Berries are handpicked which have achieve ripeness in the range of 90% – 110%. The fermentation done was a mix of 6-hour Aerobic Fermentation followed by 16-hour anaerobic fermentation. The drying time was for a period of 16 days during which the coffee was closely monitored to ensure no undesirable effects were caused by climactic conditions. The beans were rested for a period of 3 – 4 months under cool conditions. Dry milling was done with the help of Mr. Ashok Patre of Ratnagiri Estate. The beans were finally screened and sorted to separate AAA beans the yield a high quality lot with complex characteristics.

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