Natural Ethiopia and Washed Colombia
The month of Love! Whether you're spending it with a special someone, connecting with friends and family,
or even some much needed self-care, it is a time to share and celebrate love in all forms. Of course, a
classic way to express this is with flowers and sweet things! So to share our love for our dear subscribers,
we have two coffees this month with notes reminicient of a floral bouquet with lovely red and pink fruits.
Sasa is the second offering that we have had the pleasure to bring in this year from the "Single Farm Single Variety" project in Ethiopia by Tri-Up Coffee. We paired
this with a team favourite variety; pink borbon (bourbon) to provide a vibrant and juicy contrast to the rounder sweetness.
A special project by Tri-Up Coffee called Single Farm Single Variety - this coffee is produced by
farmer Sasa with a single Ethiopia variety "74112." From Tri-Up Coffee: Sasa grows the variety
74112 developed by the Jima Agricultural Research Center, which is the same as 74110 developed
by the research center to resist diseases such as CBD (coffee berry disease).
The selection of 74110 was selected from tree species in Bishari village and launched in 1979.
Sourced by Tri-Up Coffee
Jasmine, Strawberry, Nectarine, Honey
Filter We recommend Recipe B in our brew guide
Washed Pink Borbon
This Pink Borbon underwent 2 fermentation processes - first with 24 hours of Pre-fermentation in cherry,
followed by 36 hours of aerobic fermentation in bags in mucilage. Final drying on raised beds for an average of 15 days.
This coffee is a result of a collaboration with producer Alexander Jimenez (at his farm La Primavera)
comes to us from the team behind El Vergel (Forest Coffee) -
it is part of their Partner Series where they offer quality coffees from other farms.
Sourced by Forest Coffee
Grapefruit, Raspberry, Honey
Filter We recommend Recipe A in our brew guide