Bye Bye and Hello!
Over the last few weeks several great coffees we got in at the end of September went quickly sold out. Thanks for that and don’t worry! We have a wide range of new, exciting coffees just arrived at the roastery.
The first we want to introduce is the El Eden lot from Finca Filadelfia, Huehuetenango, Guatemala. This coffee is the second one from our friends of Coffee Bird this year, after the tremendous success of the prestigious El Bosques de San Francisco Lot, from finca Filadelfia, Antigua.
La Reforma was established in 1904 by Manuel Perez in the prestigious Huehuetenango region of Guatemala and has remained in the family since.
Nowadays, alongside his mother and sisters, Leonardo Rene Perez Hidalgo works hard to improve the farm on a daily basis. Leonardo Rene is the 5th generation farmer, and has been working on the family farm for the last 20 years. He is constantly developing new methods to cultivate more productive and resistant plants more efficiently.
He grows Caturra plants that are not grafted with Robusta. Throughout Guatemala it has been common practice for many varietals to be grafted with Caturra, therefore this is quite an extraordinary characteristics.
The love for coffee and passion for excellence fuels the family’s age–old dedication to the coffee they produce.
The lot featured on Nero Scuro Specialty Coffees has been called “El Eden” and shows off special flavour characteristics. In the cup this coffee appears to be very sweet, with notes of brown sugar, lemon thyme and hazelnut.
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