17,50 incl. btw

Black Tea | Donut Peach | Crème Brûlée

  • Altitude: 1650 masl
  • Process: Wet Hulled
  • Variety: Line S and Catimor

250 gr | Filter

Clear
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Description

About Cloud Picker Coffee

Established in 2013 by Frank Kavanagh & Peter Sztal. Having worked in graphic design and corporate banking, Cloud Picker Coffee leapt and opened up its own coffee roastery. Their coffee isn’t just roasted in Dublin, it’s chosen for its personality which means they go beyond the usual places to find it.

The name ‘Cloud Picker’ came from their trip to Northern Thailand where they visited a coffee farm in the Doi Chang area on the Thai / Burma border and where they went up through the clouds to see the coffee pickers! Thailand wasn’t known for it’s speciality coffee back then so it’s interesting to see how far it’s journeyed since.

 

About this coffee

“Our third Indonesian offering this year forms a really interesting contrast with our two previous coffees. Whereas the Frinsa Estate lots stood out from the traditional Indonesian profile in their delicacy and lightness, the Lintong Nihuta really embraces the boldness, sweetness and body of the traditional Sumatra while also boasting a fresh peachy acidity.

This coffee comes from the James Farmer Group which is located near the largest volcanic lake in the world, Lake Toba, in North Sumatra. This lake sits in the caldera of an ancient super-volcano that had the most explosive eruption known in human history about 74,000 years ago, wiping out the majority of the human population on the planet at the time.

Volcanic soil has a well-known association with fertility in coffee-growing soil and the soil around this lake is extremely rich in nutrients. This area also has the highest altitudes in Northern Sumatra: a further contribution to this bean’s complex flavour.

After hand-picking the coffee cherries are pulped on the same day and fermented overnight. They are then washed with clean water and sun-dried for up to 2 days, after which the parchment is mechanically removed and the beans left to dry in the sun until optimum moisture content is achieved.”

more info about all juicy details: cloudpickercoffee.ie.

Additional information

Weight 0.25 kg
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