Tour du Monde 250G
Fasten your seatbelt: our Blend takes you on a World Tour.
Aromas of caramel, raspberry
100% arabicas from Ethiopia, India and El Salvador
Roasted for espresso and filter
Why did you choose these origins?
Separately, these are coffees with very different taste characters, coffee from El Salvador is a natural process, which gives a rather fruity and gourmet result. Yirgacheffe coffee, on the other hand, is a washed coffee, therefore a very lively, fruity and floral coffee. However, the Malabar is a racy coffee, with pure body. Assembled in the right proportion, their differences create a balance. The body of Malabar softens the liveliness of Yirgacheffe, while the fruity and greedy profile of El Salvador erases the certain bitterness of Malabar.
Why mix them?
Offering these blends helps diversify the knowledge of coffee enthusiasts, beyond simple Brazilian or Colombian coffee. It is by blending very different coffees, from opposite cultures and unique processing that we can offer a balanced and harmonious blend to each cup.
The goal? Offer a "World Tour" trip to coffee enthusiasts while allowing themselves to taste a complex bean. In short, arouse curiosity!
Finca El Manzanal
Jose Enrique Gutierrez named his farmhouse Finca El Manzanal after the tree that abounds on the property. The Manzanos tree provides shade for the coffee trees and acts as a windbreak, especially during flowering when the flowers must remain on the tree for the cherry to grow.
In 2010, Jose Enrique introduced regenerative farming practices. He has a collection of farms in the township of Ahuachapan. His family used to grow coffee in the eastern region of El Salvador, but left the country in the 1980s due to low coffee prices and a civil war. Nevertheless, coffee is Jose Enrique's passion and when he bought his first farm in 2007 he did so with a particular mindset.
Yirgacheffe, the cradle of Ethiopia
The legendary birthplace of coffee, Ethiopia exclusively grows Arabica coffee at altitudes between 1,500 and 2,300 meters. The Yirgacheffe terroir is famous for these coffees with floral notes of jasmine, made from varieties of mocha endemic to the region. This washed process coffee grows in the Gedeo region. The term Yirgacheffe designates both an aromatic typicity and a cooperative that brings together several small producers.
Malabar Monsoon Karnataka India
The term "Malabar Monsoon" was coined after a transport accident. Cargoes of Indian coffee beans destined for Europe and passing through the Cape of Good Hope were exposed to the high humidity of the sea spray during this voyage. When they arrived, however, these coffees enjoyed a certain success in Europe. The particular qualities of this coffee were soon sought after.
|Tasting note||A balanced and harmonious blend with notes of caramel and raspberry|
|Roasting||Amber - Expresso and filter|
|Origin||Ethiopia India Salvador|
|Production region||El Manzanal (El Salvador), Gedeo (Ethiopia), Karnataka (India)|
|Coffee plantation||El Manzano (El Salvador), Yrgachefe (Ethiopia), Karnataka Label (India)|
|Coffee farmer||Many producers from 3 countries|
|Altitude||1000m - 1900m|
|Composition||Ethiopia (Yirgacheffe Moka), India (Malabar Moussonné), Salvador (El Manzanal)|
|Variety||Red Bourbon (El Salvador), Mocha (Ehtiopia), Variety Blend (India)|
|Process||Foam treated Natural Washed|
|More information on the blog||
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