€ 24,00 incl. btw
A beautiful coffee that can be used as filter coffee and espresso based. A true omni roasted specialty coffee with taste notes like:
Aromatics: honey, floral
Acidity: citric, malic
This one comes in sweet packages of 390 grams
Orders on weekdays before 4pm will be send out the same day.
Weekend orders will be packed and send on Mondays.
- Producer: various
- Altitude: 6400 ft
- Varieties: bourbon
After four years now of purchasing from the Kanzu washing station in southwest Rwanda, one thing we are sure of is that this group of growers consistently produces delicious coffee. And our 2020 selection, lot #16, just might be our favorite yet. With a candy sweet and floral fragrance fresh off the grind, we are tasting apple jelly, hibiscus, and dark honey in the brew. Super sweet, juicy and balanced – a slightly more adventurous addition to our lineup which trends towards comfort coffees this time of year. Enjoy!
ABOUT SWEET BLOOM
BLOOM to BLOOM
All coffee begins with a bloom: an elegant, fragrant white flower. Exceptional coffee, freshly roasted and ground, blooms again when infused with hot water – equally fragrant and even more complex. We care deeply about everything in between these two blooms, from the producers to precision roasting. Our passion for this craft ensures the end result – what’s in your cup – is as beautiful as its beginning.
In 2013, after ten years in the specialty coffee industry, Andy Sprenger returned with his family to his home town of Lakewood, Colorado to start a new chapter in his coffee career. He brings a wealth of sourcing and roasting knowledge and titles such as two-time US Brewers Cup Champion, Runner-up in the World Brewers Cup Championship, 2013 US Aeropress Champion, and Runner-up in the 2014 US Cup Tasters Championship.
Andy is building a team of coffee professionals who care deeply for their craft, producers, and for those that buy, sell and drink Sweet Bloom Coffee.
THE HEART OF SWEET BLOOM
Perhaps the strongest model for buying coffee ethically and sustainably is the direct trade/relationship model. A typical approach by roasting companies is to send a company representative to a farm to visit the producers, and negotiate a price for their coffee (usually well above market price). A relationship is created, and ideally, the roaster purchases from this farm year after year. Some roasters do this very well, and we have great respect for those who follow a transparent and consistent model. READ MORE AT sweetbloomcoffee.com
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