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Origin: 50% Brazil 50% Sumatra
Notes: Nuts, caramel, sweet, rich, balanced
Coffee Story: Brazilian Coffee (São Paulo | Minas Gerais – Monte Santo de Minas – Pedra Grande)
Fazenda Pedra Grande sits on the border of two major states in Brazil; São Paulo and Minas Gerais. This micro-region has beautifully rich volcanic soil, in which coffee trees thrive. Impeccable farm practice and growing conditions are what make this a consistently high quality coffee. The farm sits at 900 meters above sea level, where the hills provide a unique micro-climate. This Estate has been growing coffee for 100 years, The same family has owned and run the estate for the entire time, spanning three generations. Pedra Grande has a large warehouse and mill on-site, which are used to process, sort and grade their coffee.
Sumatran Coffee (Aceh Province and Sipangan Bolon)
This coffee is sourced from the most amazing locations, at the very end of Lake Tawar in Aceh province and also near the town of Parapat near Lake Toba. This particular lot has been “Triple Picked”, which means that the coffee has made its way through a warehouse containing many hand-sorting tables, each separating defects and low quality green beans from the beautiful/uniform coffee we always look for. This particular coffee has been through the sorting process 3 times (hence triple picked), making it as clean a coffee as you will find from Sumatra. Our friends at CV Yudi Putra All our Sumatran coffees are directly sourced through a small family export company and our good friend “Dody Sayhrum” from CV Yudi Putra. YP have an extensive network of small micro-mills in the Sumatra lake Toba region of Sumatra and Aceh. Dody and his family really are leading the charge for specialty coffee production in Sumatra and we’re proud to be working with them.
This coffee will be roasted fresh for you. Coffee Bird will roast your coffee on Monday or Wednesday and dispatch the following day.