Brazil Fazenda Um Pink Bourbon Natural
Yellow Floral, Stewed Pear, Hazelnut
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Variety: Pink Bourbon
Process: Natural, 36hr fermentation
Drying: 25 days raised beds, 7 days patio
Elevation: 1100 - 1300 MASL
Farm: Fazenda Um
Producer: Um family
Region: Espirito Santo
Fazenda Um started as a retirement dream for second generation Brazilian Korean, Stefano Um, from an abandoned farm. Now with the hardwork of his sons, Boram (2023 World Barista Champion) and Garam (2023 World Brewers Cup Third Place), we have an exceptional representation of Brazilian coffee of high quality, traceability, with experimental growing and processing techniques.
We enjoy this Pink Bourbon for its easygoing character, low in acidity, and achieving refinement with comfortable notes of Yellow Floral, Stewed Pear, and Hazelnut.
Ethiopia Gesha Village Gaylee Illubabor Forest Honey
Jackfruit, Peach Compote, Milk Tea
Variety: Illubabor Forest
Drying: 21 days dried on raised beds
Producer: Gesha Village (owned by Adam Overton, Rachel Samuel, and Willem Boot)
Elevation: 1916 - 1982 masl
Region: South West State, West Omo Zone
Gesha Village is one of the most cherished coffee producers on the planet with 471-hectares in the Bench Maji zone of Ethiopia, nearby the town of Gesha and the Gori Gesha forest, the birthplace of the Gesha variety.
Owned and operated by Adam Overton, Rachel Samuel and Willem Boot, this project was started in 2007 and has quickly developed to be an idolized producer in the specialty coffee world. With ~320 hectares planted of Gesha 1931, Gori Gesha and Illubabor Forest varieties, throughout 8 different zones that correlate with unique terroir.
This lot comes from the Gaylee block, where Gesha Villages water source comes from. This lot is exclusively planted with Illubabor Forest, a variety that was discovered in the nearby areas. This variety is known for its closed knit flavor profile of fruits and spices.
Kenya Rungeto Karimikui AA Washed
Blackberry, Mango, Black Currant, Pancake Syrup
Variety: Batian, SL34, SL28, Ruiru 11
Process: Double Washed
Elevation: 1650 MASL
Producer: Rungeto FCS, smallholder farmers around Karimikui Washing Station
The Karimikui factory is located at a high altitude where tea is more commonly grown, but the nutrient-dense soil makes the surrounding Rungeto FCS known for producing some of the highest performing lots in Kenya. The smallholder farms deliver ripe cherries to this station every year where the factory team manually sorts them before production. Selected cherries are depulped, graded, and undergo dry fermentation in tanks. Then they are washed in clean channels, with a period of soaking (second wash) for further flavour development, and placed on raised beds to dry.
We always love a cup of immaculately processed Kenyan coffee for its vibrant juiciness, yet balanced and justified by an intense sweetness. It is perfect to be enjoyed in all brewing methods.
Every month, we bring on 3 new coffees in our lineup, serving them on Tasting Menu, which include Flight of 3 Coffees 1 Way, or Flight of 1 Coffee 3 Ways! These coffees are designed each month to broaden our coffee journey, to experience a wide spectrum of flavours that coffee can achieve from its origin, variety, and processes!