Caravan Decaf Espresso
Sidamo, Ethiopia (Fully Washed)
Very smooth light bodied cup with cocoa sweetness, blackcurrant and floral notes.
Sidamo is a province is the southern region of Ethiopia on the Northern border of Kenya. Known as the homeplace of coffee, it boasts a vast wealth of native coffee varietals and has a deserved reputation for producing outstanding coffees.
The crisp, floral, vibrant, clean cups that we’ve come to love in the roastery are now available as a deaf espresso option. Decaffinated using the Swiss Water method, this cup presents all the characteristic qualities of an excellent Ethiopian coffee. On the cupping table we’ve found it to have a sweet, rich, light body with subtle blackcurrant and floral notes. A delicious espresso, with soft cocoa notes through milk.
Market Blend (Spring 13')
Fazenda Ouro Verde, Brazil (Pulped Natural)
La Marianela, Colombia (Fully Washed)
Light to medium roast. Full bodied. Rich cocoa, dark chocolate and jammy notes. Sweet and floral with balanced citrus acidity. As espresso - sweet, full bodied, zingy.
With milk - milk & dark chocolate sweetness
Our spring release Market Blend is a harmonious and balanced blend of Brazilian Ouro Verde and Colombian La Marianela. For this blend we have ventured back to the flavour profiles of one of our first espresso blends – solid, sweet, classic base with fragrant zingy top notes.
The pulped natural Ouro Verde was the clear winner from an extensive Brazilian cupping exercise, showing distinctive sweet flavours and full body, exactly what we were looking for as the base for this espresso. We are really pleased to have found a beautiful, yet unusual Colombian coffee in the La Marianela from agronomist Herman Dorronsoro. It exhibits light floral notes and zingy acidity with almost natural overtones.
Release date: 14.04.13