The experiment we started in 2009 to try and source more coffees from estates, we believe has afforded us the opportunity to offer some great coffees. So in the newsletter we will have a quick summary of the coffees landed and available, then discuss the new coffees coming and give details on our open day 2 November 2013.
Our latest estate coffeesOf the four coffees we have landed in the last 5 weeks, 3 are from Café Imports. They are a pleasure to deal with and they work with a number of coffee grower and growing communities throughout the world, ensuring they can produce consistently good coffees. The two we have made available so far are:
- Triunfo from Mexico. Which is grown in a Bio-diverse environment and is organically and fair trade certified. The coffee has more body than is expected from Mexican coffees, and has already developed a following. It is also a small portion of the Wildly Organic blend, which too has become popular. Read more on Triunfo here: Mexican fair trade coffee
- Sertãozinho from Brazil. This is the first pulp natural yellow bourbon we have done, and we love it. Subtle fruit and rich body make it excellent in almost any coffee preparation. We have already gone through 1.5 bags in the first 3 weeks, and only bought in 21, so we expect it will go soon. Read more about it here: Brazilian yellow bourbon.