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'Tis the Season

Advent Calendar

*Limited quantities*
This is a presale - shipping mid-November; other items that are included in the cart will ship at the same time as the calendar (if you'd like to ship separately, please place two separate orders)
Items ordered together will be held to ship when this is ready.


Our second Advent Calendar

24 coffees that brought us joy this year
Approximately half from our rare origin series

Details:

1 box of 24 x 32g coffees
(Each packet enough for two pourovers, or 3 cuppings)

Picture is a rendering and does not reflect actual box size

$240.00 CAD

Presale

CGLE Potosi Sidra

› This is a pre-order
› Any additional order items will ship together in one shipment

Next Batch - Shipping week of Dec 12

From enterprising producers Rigoberto and Luis Herrera (from the famed group Cafe Granja La Esperanza), this Hybrid Washed Sidra is from one of their umbrella farms Potosi. The sidra variety is a team favourite, often presenting with beautiful texture and flavour profiles reminiscent of geisha or Ethiopian heirloom varieties. It was originally thought to be a cross between typica and bourbon, but various samples sent for genetic analysis seem to suggest a closer relation to Ethiopian heirlooms.

Sourced Direct - Lot23a from CGLE Auction

100g

LIMITED AVAILABILITY

Origins:

Caicedonia, Valle del Cauca, Colombia
Variety: Sidra
Process: Hybrid Washed
Elevation: 1570-1850masl

Roast Profile:

Light Roast

Notes:

White grape, Bosc Pear, Cantaloupe, White Tea

Brew:

Filter

$65.00 CAD

Presale

CGLE Cerro Azul Geisha

› This is a pre-order
› Any additional order items will ship together in one shipment

Next Batch - Shipping week of Dec 12

From enterprising producers Rigoberto and Luis Herrera (from the famed group Cafe Granja La Esperanza), this Natural Anaerobic Geisha is from one of their umbrella farms Cerro Azul. Each year our team drools in anticipation when we manage to get some incoming lots from Cerro Azul. Cerro Azul means “blue hill” in Spanish and grows geisha exclusively. It was the first farm to cultivate the geisha variety in Colombia. In 2008, Rigoberto was managing the La Carleida farm in Panama and won first place in the Best of Panama Auction with a geisha. It was from this geisha that Rigoberto brought back seeds to plant and cultivate in Cerro Azul.

Sourced Direct - Lot27 from CGLE Auction

100g

LIMITED AVAILABILITY

Origins:

Trujillo, Valle del Cauca, Colombia
Variety: Geisha
Process: Natural Anaerobic
Elevation: 1570-1850masl

Roast Profile:

Light Roast

Notes:

Fuji Apple, Blueberry, Rum, Chocolate

Brew:

Filter

$65.00 CAD

Premium

El Paraiso Daniel

A special fermentation natural process Geisha from Diego's nephew Daniel Bermudez at El Paraiso. This is Daniel's first Geisha production.

Coffee is fermented submerged in-cherry for 96 hours after a brief ozone wash (Geisha coffee from the region fermented in-cherry showcase a profile that is very fruity, aromatic, and citric in vibrancy). This is followed by natural processing in a controlled dehumidifying process to preserve the soft notes of the coffee, and avoid over-oxidation and over-fermentation.

Recent arrival, we have limited quantity available on this lot.

200g

Origins:

Cauca, Colombia
Producer: Daniel Bermudez
Variety: Geisha
Process: Natural
Elevation: 1960masl

Roast Profile:

Light Roast

Tasting Notes:

Bergamot, Grapefruit, Honey, Oolong

Brew:

Filter

$55.00 CAD

Premium

Finca Jurutungo Natural

Recent arrival direct from Panama from the team at Finca Nuguo. This lot is a mix fermented natural geisha from the family's first farm, Finca Jurutungo.

Direct trade with Finca Nuguo.

200g

Origin:

Chiriqui, Panama
Producer: Damaris and Dafsne Gallardo
Variety: Geisha
Process: Fermented Natural
Elevation: 1600masl

Roast Profile:

Light Roast

Tasting Notes:

Jasmine, Tangerine, Pineapple Cake, White Tea

Brew:

Filter

$45.00 CAD

Premium

El Paraiso Lychee

This is a double anaerobic fermentation Caturra variety.

Whole cherries are first washed, followed by whole cherry anaerobic fermentation for 48 hours. Then the cherries are pulped and undergo second stage anaerobic fermentation in mucilage for 96 hours. After fermentation, coffee is washed with thermal shock (high temperature washing, followed by cold water). Final phase of controlled drying for 34 hours.

200g

Origins:

Cauca, Colombia
Producer: Diego Samuel Bermudez Tapia
Variety: Caturra
Process: Double Anaerobic Thermal Shock
Elevation: 1930masl

Roast Profile:

Light Roast

Tasting Notes:

Osmanthus Honey, Lychee Juice, Peach, Hibiscus

Brew:

Filter

$35.00 CAD

'Tis The Season

Holiday Blend

A limited edition holiday blend that conjure up memories of home decorated cookies and Christmas cake.

200g

Origins:

Altavista Geisha Auction Lot + Don Eli Natural Anaerobic + Gotiti Gedeb Natural

Roast Profile:

Light Roast

Tasting Notes:

Candied Cherry, Dried Fruit, Chocolate Syrup, Baking Spices

Brew:

Filter

$28.00 CAD

Seasonal

Gotiti Gedeb

A natural process of local Gedeb varieties known as Kururme Tulenge from around 600 smallholder farmers.

Introduced and sourced by Catalyst Trade.

300g

Origins:

Gedeo, Ethiopia
Producer: Local Small Holder Farms
Variety: Kururme Tulenge
Process: Natural
Elevation: 1950-2100masl

Roast Profile:

Light Roast

Tasting Notes:

Blackberry, Peach, Plum

Brew:

Filter

$23.00 CAD

Seasonal

Modor Shantawene

Modor in Shantawene is situated between the village of Bombe and Bombe mountain in the Bensa district of Sidama. Small holder farms bring their cherries for sorting at Modor Shantawene washing station - categorized into various densities. Heavy density (1st Density) coffees are Grade 1, and showcase impressive washed process profiles.

Introduced and sourced by Catalyst Trade.

300g

Origins:

Sidama, Ethiopia
Producer: Local Small Holder Farms
Variety: 74110, 74158, Setami, Mekicho
Process: Washed
Elevation: 1950-2150masl

Roast Profile:

Light Roast

Tasting Notes:

Meyer Lemon, Dried Apricot, Honey

Brew:

Filter

$23.00 CAD

Seasonal

URDD Java Natural

Recent arrival from producer Luis Balladarez, this lot is from his farm Un Regalo De Dios (meaning "A gift from God"). This farm consistently places in Cup of Excellence Nicaragua.

Direct Trade with logistics assistance from The Coffee Quest

300g

Origins:

Mozonte, Nicaragua
Producer: Luis Balladarez
Variety: Java
Process: Natural
Elevation: 1500-1800masl

Roast Profile:

Light Roast

Tasting Notes:

Floral, Dragon Fruit, Brown Sugar

Brew:

Filter

$21.00 CAD

Seasonal

Santa Lucia Orange Bourbon

Brought in together with the Ethiosar natural from sister farm La Alita (sold out), this Orange Bourbon is a single lot single variety from Santa Lucia - the lot size is one single sack of 69kg from their plot called Belen (meaning "Bethlehem" in Spanish).

The Mierisch family first started producing coffee in Nicaragua since 1908 and have been involved as head judges in the Cup of Excellence in Honduras since 2011. Finca Santa Lucia is a recent addition to the group, with this farm being designated as where they plant exotic cultivars, such as Laurina, Java, Yellow/Orange Bourbon, SL-28 and Gesha. Since their acquisition of the farm in 2014, Santa Lucia has placed 1st in COE Honduras in 2019 and 2021, and 2nd place in 2022.

Direct trade from Fincas Mierisch with logistics help from Coffee Quest

300g

Origin:

Comayagua, Honduras
Producer: Fincas Mierisch
Variety: Orange Bourbon
Process: Natural
Elevation: 1550masl

Roast Profile:

Light Roast

Tasting Notes:

Tangerine, Cherry, Almond

Brew:

Filter

$20.00 CAD

Seasonal

El Paraiso Eco-Enigma

This is our third year with a regional coffee from El Paraiso - part of our staple seasonal selection. This is a recent arrival direct from El Paraiso. The coffee is Caturra and Castillo from Bolivar in Cauca Colombia, where producer Diego Samuel Bermudez Tapia was born.

Eco-Enigma is a process from El Paraiso that is applied to coffees from neighbouring producers - in this case, from Diego's place of birth. Enigma is a closed circuit air recirculation and temperature controlled system. It uses condensation and recirculation to minimize the environmental impact of processing while creating replicable conditions to dry coffee to between 10-11.5% humidity regardless of climate factors.

300g

Origin:

Cauca, Colombia
Producer: Diego Samuel Bermudez Tapia
Variety: Caturra and Castillo
Process: Washed Elevation: 1930m

Roast Profile:

Light-Medium Roast

Tasting Notes:

Orange, Praline, Butterscotch

Brew:

Filter and Espresso

$20.00 CAD



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