N° 141

With notes of chocolate, raisin & almond this blend has clean acidity, lingering sweetness & a creamy mouthfeel. The following origins currently make up the N° 141.

BRAZIL MOUNTAIN MOGIANA

Region Mococa, Brazil
Altitude 1000-1200m above sea level
Species Arabica
Varietal Catuai, Mundo Novo
Process Natural

This coffee is sourced directly from Fazenda Ambiental Fotaleza. Since 1850, the farm has been owned by the Barretto family. In 2001, Silvia inherited the farm & together with her husband, Marcos, they began to convert it into a sustainable business with a focus on organic processes, relationships & producing high quality coffees. They offer their workers a 50% share of the coffees they plant to give every member a real sense of ownership. They’ve also been the recipients of Sustainability awards from the Specialty Coffee Association. The coffees are clean, complex & display typical Brazilian profiles; buttery, cocoa, creamy, big body, mild acidity & caramel.

COLOMBIA MESETA POPAYAN

Region Popayan, Cauca, Colombia
Altitude 1500-2070m above sea level
Species Arabica
Varietal Castillo
Processing Method Washed

This is a regional selection of Castillo coffees sourced from the famous Cauca region of southwestern Colombia. La Meseta has a high altitude which results in a very complex, clean, sweet and vibrant coffee. Coffees from Cauca tend to have a more floral and fruity flavour when compared to other growing regions of Colombia and are therefore prized for their citrus notes. These coffees are meticulously picked, sorted and graded and the uniformity of the coffee here is exceptional. This coffee add notes of citrus fruits, cane sugar, a lively vibrant acidity with chocolate and herbaceous undertones.

UGANDA KILI ESTATE AA

Region Mt Elgon, Mbale District

Altitude 1050-1400m above sea level

Species Arabica

Varietal Bourbon

Processing Method Washed

Coffee from East Africa is considered by many to be the best coffee available in the world. As the birthplace of coffee, it is home to hundreds of heirloom and still undiscovered varietals. This is a great example of a washed East African coffee. This sweet coffee brings a creamy mouthfeel, a clean and complex acidity and adds fruit and smooth chocolate flavours to the blend.