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Please note: while we try and grind to your specific settings, we cannot guarantee the grind setting will be exact for your set up, if you do require a more specific grind setting please add a note to your order with details. We also offer a great range of grinders (here)
We're so incredibly pleased to release our latest limited edition gesha coffee from a very special producer in Bolivia. It's a beautifully elegant cup that displays sweetness and complexity from the first sip to the last drop. The notes of juicy nectarine, black tea, honey, and jasmine are incredibly clear and balanced, making this coffee approachable and very easy to drink.
Floripondio is one of four farms operated by the Rodriguez family and gets its name from the Floripondio flowers (commonly known as Angel’s Trumpet in English) that are native to the area and grow throughout the farm.
Located in the Samaipata region of Bolivia, Floripondio’s high elevation, tropical microclimate and distinct soil profile have made it the idea place for growing Gesha - a coffee variety known for its unmatched quality and distinctive flavour profile.
Samaipata community pickers expertly gather coffee cherries from Floripondio daily during harvest season, choosing only the ripest ones. Processed on the same day at the Rodríguez family's nearby El Fuerte wet mill, this lot undergoes experimental techniques, enhancing its uniqueness. After careful inspection and weighing, cherries are sorted by water weight, removing floaters.
Post depulping, the wet parchment is fermented for 75 hours in new stainless steel tanks. The closed lid preserves the punchy aroma, generating a silky mouthfeel and creamy flavour in the coffee. This meticulous step adds a unique touch, encapsulating the Rodriguez family's commitment to excellence.
BOLIVIA FLORIPONDIO 100%
Washed anaerobic - Gesha varietals grown and handpicked at an altitude of 1710 masl in the Samaipata, in the Agua Rica region of Santa Cruz, Bolivia.
JASMINE, BLACK TEA, CANDIED LEMON, HONEY & NECTARINE.
We’ve created our filter recipes as a guide to help you achieve the same great flavours we experience in our coffees. If you are unable to reproduce the exact result on your manual brewing gear, don’t panic, an alternative is to simply adjust your recipe using the ratio so it works best for your set up.
1 – 2 cups daily
250g per fortnight
2 – 4 cups daily
500g per fortnight
6 – 8 cups daily
1kg per fortnight
Note – These guidelines use an estimate of 12–24 grams of coffee to allow for difference in dose size.
If you need help with any of our coffees, please reach out through email@example.com and we’ll guide you along through the coffee journey.
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