June Box


Spring Flowers

Two East African coffees are in this months box, both floral on the nose and delicate to the taste.

The first coffee, a Tanzania Peaberry, is actually a variety blend from premium high altitute estates from North and South Tanzania. You'll notice a little Chamomile or Chrysanthemum with grape-like sweetness. This coffee was brought in just for Roastery Select subscribers (and our partner cafes).

The second coffee is a washed Guji, from Lecho Torka Village. We put this batch through our colour sorter, and the result is a vibrant peachy coffee with a sweet honeysuckle aroma.

(Lecho Torka was released earlier than this months subscriptions, given the severe shipping delays that has affected global logistics. On the bright side, we're expecting to see some unique coffees land over the coming months!)


Lecho Torka

Washed

Washed process of varieties 74110, 74112 and local races. Cherries are brought to Lecho Torka Washing Station (named after the local village and forest) by 453 local smallholder farms.
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Introduced and sourced by Catalyst Trade.

Origin:

Guji, Ethiopia

Roast Profile:

Light Roast

Tasting Notes:

Honeysuckle, Peach, Green Tea

Brew:

Filter
We recommend Recipe A in our brew guide

Tanzania Peaberry

Washed

Washed process from a premium blend of N+KP, Kent, and Bourbon varieties from high altitude estates. Southern estates comprising Lunji, Utengule, and Kanji Lanji estates; and Northern estates comprising Mondul, Burka, Ngila, Lyamungu estates.
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Introduced and sourced by Mountain Coffee.

Origin:

North and South, Tanzania

Roast Profile:

Light Roast

Tasting Notes:

Floral, Kiwi, Grape

Brew:

Filter
We recommend Recipe A in our brew guide