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Limited Ed.Sulawesi Toraja Peaberry

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  AN UNUSUALLY FRUITY COFFEE FROM THE TROPICS OF INDONESIA  

 

Coffee from Indonesia can have an enormous variety of flavours – from the oaky depth of our Old Brown Java to this sweet, shamelessly fruity coffee from the large island of Sulawesi. Composed entirely of peaberries, it makes for a deliciously creamy cup, bursting with notes of almonds, lime and summer berries.
 
The most well-known Indonesian coffees are processed using the giling basah or semi-washed method, giving them an intense, heavy body while sacrificing some of their distinctive character. We’ve hunted down this unusual fully-washed lot for its bright, refreshing taste: it’s still full-bodied and beautifully creamy, but with refreshing hints of citrus and tropical fruit that put it a cut above its compatriots.
  • Origin

    Indonesia

  • Roast

    Medium, Light

  • Tastes like

    Lime & Almond 

  • When to drink

    Lazy Sunday mornings 

Brew the perfect cup

    This creamy brew has a complex, fruity taste profile that benefits from brewing using a filter method: an AeroPress, a syphon or a dripper like the V60 work well. When making coffee always use freshly drawn and boiled water – wait a few seconds for the water to cool so you don’t scald the grinds. Cardinal rule? Never reheat brewed coffee: freshness is everything.    

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* * * * * Stronger than expected! by Edward Bullough on 5th April 2018

This is my 7am choice, have been drinking now for a week. For me for best results use a Bialetti on the stove, it makes the most excellent dark strong brew!

Origin

Indonesia

After smuggling coffee seedlings from the Arabian port of Mocha in 1616, Dutch colonists became the first to cultivate coffee outside the Arab world, establishing plantations on the island of Java. Much Indonesian coffee undergoes the uniquely Indonesian ‘Giling Basah’ process of semi-washing the beans, reducing acidity and creating a softer, full bodied cup. These coffees lend themselves well to darkly roasting, encouraging the earthy, spicy flavours to fully develop.

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