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Shoot The Pier Coffee Beans
£9.00
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Shoot The Pier Coffee Beans
£9.00

Our coffee beans are roasted every Monday which means NO WASTE BABY! They’ll be sent out once a week so just know that you need to order by Monday 9am.

Roasted on Monday
Took her for a drink on Tuesday
Packed on Wednesday
Posted on Thursday

Shoot The Pier 250g Whole Beans

Brazilian Blend
Location- South of Minas Gerais
Altitude- 900 – 1100 masl
Process- Natural
Varietals- Mundo Novo, Yellow Catuai, Red Catuai, &  Catuai, lcatu, Acaia, Yellow Bourbon
Profile- cocoa, hazelnut

An awesome blend of two Brazilian coffees from farms both situated South of Minas Gerais. The first farm was bought in 1943 by Jose Flora. He tried loads of things on the property like potato planting, milk production, pig and chicken farming and even a brickyard and sawmill, before eventually discovering coffee farming in 1972. Today his grandson Paulo is responsible for the farm and uses the regions incredible climate and soil to produce the best quality coffee.

The second farm, Fazenda Paraiso, owned by Guy Carvalho is located in Cabo Verde. At an average altitude of 950 meters, well defined seasons, low humidity and bang on temperatures, the region is ideal for coffee production. The farm produces both natural (where the bean is dried in the fruit) and pulped natural coffee (where the majority of the fruit is removed) to speed the process up when it’s lashing it down. Woof.

Jimmy's Roasted Coffee Beans | Surfin' Bird
Surfin’ Bird Coffee Beans
£9.50
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Surfin’ Bird Coffee Beans
£9.50

Our coffee beans are roasted every Monday which means NO WASTE BABY! They’ll be sent out once a week so just know that you need to order by Monday 9am.

Roasted on Monday
Took her for a drink on Tuesday
Packed on Wednesday
Posted on Thursday

Surfin’ Bird 250g Whole Beans

Location- Toba Lake, Sumatra
Altitude-1100-1375 masl
Process- Giling Basah (Organic)
Varietals- S795 & Typica
Profile- Fudge, Dark Chocolate, Tamarind, Grapefruit Acidity

Overlooking the shores of Lake Toba, located in North Sumatra, is the Sipangan Bolon farmer cooperative who have grown this awesome coffee. Lake Toba sits at 900 metres above sea level and is the largest volcanic lake in the world, making the soil rich and fertile with an incredible climate for growing the rich, full bodied and smoky coffees the region’s famous for. Members of the co-op also receive training on tree management, pruning & picking as well as great things like conservation of the natural environment and safe working conditions.

Once picked the coffee goes through a 12 hour fermentation process before being dried for 2-3 days. After reaching a 35-40% moisture content it is then sent for hulling (removing the husk) and dried to 12% so it can be stored without risk of rotting, which would suck.

 

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