Whole bean, Indonesia Barokah Bersama

Description

The 320 members of the Koerintji Barokah Bersama cooperative live and cultivate on a plateau located at the foot of Mount Kerinci between 1400 and 1700m above sea level, on the island of Sumatra. The members of the cooperative have a fixed price for their cherries. At the end of the year, the cooperative invests its profits either in infrastructure to increase quality, or shares them in the form of quality bonuses with member producers.

The coffee is first floated and separated by density before being placed on raised beds where workers remove poor quality cherries. The rest is collected again and sealed in airtight 20 kg plastic bags which are stored in a cool, dry place (with temperatures between 18 and 22 degrees Celsius) for 7 days. Finally, the cherries are pulped and then placed again on raised beds (beds) to dry. These are located in domes which protect the café from rain or direct sunlight. The parchment will dry for approximately 20 to 23 days. Once dry, the grains are sorted by hand.
This batch will offer you cups with notes of vanilla, blueberry and passion fruit.

Whole bean, Indonesia Barokah Bersama

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€14,00 Incl. VAT €56,00 / kg

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    This coffee is roasted in small batch sizes twice a week. We will aim to ship you coffee that is as freshly roasted as possible!

    Product details

    Ideal for: All brewing methods
    Process:
    Other
    Origin
    : Single origin - Indonesia
    Net weight (grams):
    250
    Roast type
    : Medium roast
    Bean type
    : Arabica
    Predominant flavor note
    : Fruity and Sweet

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    Description

    The 320 members of the Koerintji Barokah Bersama cooperative live and cultivate on a plateau located at the foot of Mount Kerinci between 1400 and 1700m above sea level, on the island of Sumatra. The members of the cooperative have a fixed price for their cherries. At the end of the year, the cooperative invests its profits either in infrastructure to increase quality, or shares them in the form of quality bonuses with member producers.

    The coffee is first floated and separated by density before being placed on raised beds where workers remove poor quality cherries. The rest is collected again and sealed in airtight 20 kg plastic bags which are stored in a cool, dry place (with temperatures between 18 and 22 degrees Celsius) for 7 days. Finally, the cherries are pulped and then placed again on raised beds (beds) to dry. These are located in domes which protect the café from rain or direct sunlight. The parchment will dry for approximately 20 to 23 days. Once dry, the grains are sorted by hand.
    This batch will offer you cups with notes of vanilla, blueberry and passion fruit.

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    Great service

    Ordered couple packs. They arrived on time as expected.

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