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$35.00

*We roast on order every Mondays and Fridays. Orders will typically be sent out the following day. Orders cut off time is 9.30am on roast days. We do have surplus roasts but these are subjected to availability.

Flavour notes: Strawberry, Peach, Milk chocolate

Roast: Filter - Light

Producer: Ninety Plus Coffee Estate

Process : Anaerobic Natural

Varietal: Geisha

Altitude: 1,200 to 1,550 MASL

Score: 90+pts

In 2005, Ninety Plus Founder, Joseph Brodsky, traveled to Ethiopia for the first time and decided to make it home for the coming years, having fallen in love with the people, the food, the language, the culture, and the semi-forested coffee lands in Ethiopia’s southwest.

Kambera derives its name from “Kampi” (site of Kampi Cooperative, a visit to which inspired – along with a hike to Ethiopia’s wildest coffee forests on the same trip – the coffee reforestation model currently employed at Ninety Plus) and “berry”. Kambera is now cultivated at Ninety Plus Gesha Estates in Panama, a proof of concept of the model inspired by Joseph’s very first visits to Ethiopian coffee communities and coffee wilderness.


Recipes:

Filter: 1:16 (96 Deg C)

$33.00

*We roast on order every Mondays and Thursdays. Orders will typically be sent out the following day. Orders cut off time is 9.30am on roast days. We do have surplus roasts but these are subjected to availability.

Packed in 200g Cannister

Roast: Med-Light

Flavour notes: Winey, Vanilla, Papaya, Ripe Peach, Lemon Candy, Cacao nibs

Origin: Uraga, Guji, Ethiopia

Producer: SNAP Exporters, on behalf of 450 small holder farms. (Sourced by our partners: Nordic Approach)

Process : Anaerobic Natural

Varietal: Wolisho & Dega

Altitude: 2,400 MASL

Score: 88 pts

An experimental coffee that’s Winey, Bright and Funky from renown SNAP Specialty Coffee in Ethiopia on behalf of small farm holders.

After picking the ripe cherries, farmers from the Raro village deliver the ripe cherries at the wet mill, where cherries are sorted in a floating tank.

This unique process starts with the cherries that are taken to African drying beds where they are put inside plastic bags and left to ferment for 48 hours. Here the natural fermentation breaks down the sugar in the coffee cherries, producing lactic acid, carbon dioxide and other unique flavour compounds.

 

Recipes:

Filter: 1:15 (93 Deg C)

Espresso: 1:2.25 (93 Deg C)


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