003: Our Cafe

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Cupping our first selection of coffee for our opening fortnight offering on   Espresso ,    Strong   from  iiCommon  from Edinburgh. Brazil & Guatemala Blend.  Tastes like chocolate cherry & roasted almonds.  Sourced from  Ally Coffee’s  core coffee program.  It’s a community of farmers from around the areas teaming up to produce these lots and still giving it traceability. Every bag of the Pau Brazil has a QR code which tells you exactly where the coffee came from, this is apart of the  coffee traceability certification programme . It’s very rare to be able to get traceability on volumes lots like this one.   Origin:    Brazil & Guatemala     Farm:   Pau Brazil (Brazil)  Ceiba (Guatemala)    Process:   Natural (Brazil)  Washed (Guatemala)    Varietals :  Catuai (Brazil)  Caturra, Bourbon, Typica, Catuai, Catimor, Sarchimor, Pache, Pacamara (Guatemala)    Altitudes :  1100 masl (Brazil)  1500 masl (Guatemala)     Filter ,   Round Hill Roastery  from Bristol with their Colombia Tarqui Cup Series.  Coffee 1.   Rolando Cordoba Ramos    Origin:  Colombia   Farm:  Mirolindo   Producer:  Rolando Cordoba Ramos   Varietal: Colombia   Process:  Tula Fermented & Washed   Altitude:  2000   Tastes Like:  a dream (Come see us to find out.)    Coffee 2.   Sinforoso Ramos Valensula    Origin : Colombia   Farm:  El Paradiso   Producer:  Sinforoso Ramos Valensula   Varietal:  Caturra & Colombia   Process:  Tula Fermented & Washed   Altitude:  1900   Tastes Like:  bliss. (Come pay us a visit!)

Cupping our first selection of coffee for our opening fortnight offering on

Espresso,

Strong from iiCommon from Edinburgh. Brazil & Guatemala Blend.

Tastes like chocolate cherry & roasted almonds.

Sourced from Ally Coffee’s core coffee program.

It’s a community of farmers from around the areas teaming up to produce these lots and still giving it traceability. Every bag of the Pau Brazil has a QR code which tells you exactly where the coffee came from, this is apart of the coffee traceability certification programme. It’s very rare to be able to get traceability on volumes lots like this one.

Origin:

Brazil & Guatemala


Farm:

Pau Brazil (Brazil)

Ceiba (Guatemala)


Process:

Natural (Brazil)

Washed (Guatemala)


Varietals:

Catuai (Brazil)

Caturra, Bourbon, Typica, Catuai, Catimor, Sarchimor, Pache, Pacamara (Guatemala)


Altitudes:

1100 masl (Brazil)

1500 masl (Guatemala)



Filter,

Round Hill Roastery from Bristol with their Colombia Tarqui Cup Series.

Coffee 1.

Rolando Cordoba Ramos

Origin: Colombia

Farm: Mirolindo

Producer: Rolando Cordoba Ramos

Varietal:Colombia

Process: Tula Fermented & Washed

Altitude: 2000

Tastes Like: a dream (Come see us to find out.)

Coffee 2.

Sinforoso Ramos Valensula

Origin: Colombia

Farm: El Paradiso

Producer: Sinforoso Ramos Valensula

Varietal: Caturra & Colombia

Process: Tula Fermented & Washed

Altitude: 1900

Tastes Like: bliss. (Come pay us a visit!)

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