Product Description "CoffeeÂ is a brewed drink prepared from roastedÂ coffeeÂ beans, the seeds of berries from certain Coffea species. ... Roasted beans are ground and then brewed with near-boiling water to produce the beverage known asÂ coffee." Product origin : ORIGIN COUNTRY: BRASIL Key Specifications/Special Features : NO: 17-18 , 19-20 Price : PLEASE GET INTO CONTACT
In order to meet the growing demand in the foreign market for high quality coffees, ASLU has developed partnerships with producers of specialty coffees from the 3 best regions in Brazil, Alta Paulista, Capara and Cerrado Mineiro. All Quality's from comercial to specialty coffees. Screen - 13 to 17+ Types - Mundo Novo, Catua, Topzio, Bourbon amarelo, Acai Altitude - From 700 to 1200 meters
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Yirgacheffe is a micro district (or woreda which is an administrative division of Ethiopia) found in southern Ethiopia as part of the Gedeo Zone. The Gedeo zone is located in the Southern Nations, Nationalities, and Peoples Region (SNNPR) of Ethiopia and is known to produce some of the most well-balanced cups, with complexity in its flavors & acidity Yirgacheffe is found right in the middle of the Gedeo Zone, with an altitude between 1,800 - 2,100 meters above sea level. This woreda boasts an abundance of lush-green vegetation, providing ideal growing conditions for coffee plantations, as coffee is grown in high-altitudes and in some methods, under the forest canopy. The Yirgacheffe region produces Ethiopia's best & most complex profiles, with the majority of Yirgacheffe coffee being wet-processed. Although the naturally dried beans from this zone have been gaining some traction. Some of the top grade Yirgacheffe coffees share the same characteristics with the best Sidamo coffees. These characteristics are fruit flavours, bright acidity and a silky, clean mouth feel. The acidity is bright and often accompanied with a lemony character, and phenomenal sweetness. Another hallmark characteristic of this type of coffee is it's light body and herbaceous quality. Shipped in 60 Kilo (132 Ibs) bags.
This coffee is found in two adjacent zones called the Illubabor zone and the Jimma Zone, with Limu being the name to define this certain flavor of coffee. The Jimma zone is found in the Ethiopian Region of Oromia and is named after the former Kingdom of Jimma. The Illubabor zone is also found in the Ethiopian Region of Oromia, west of Jimma, along the border with Sudan. Most of Ethiopia's coffee is grown in Oromia, the largest of the country's 9 regional states. It is also widely believed that coffee was first discovered over 1000 years ago in western Oromia, and more specifically, in the old Kingdom of Kaffa. This coffee is found in two adjacent zones called the Illubabor zone and the Jimma Zone, with Limu being the name to define this certain flavor of coffee. The Jimma zone is found in the Ethiopian Region of Oromia and is named after the former Kingdom of Jimma. The Illubabor zone is also found in the Ethiopian Region of Oromia, west of Jimma, along the border with Sudan. Most of Ethiopia's coffee is grown in Oromia, the largest of the country's 9 regional states. It is also widely believed that coffee was first discovered over 1000 years ago in western Oromia, and more specifically, in the old Kingdom of Kaffa. Oromia's growing areas boast the most ideal conditions for arabica, characterized by high altitude; rich, well-drained (and mainly volcanic) soils; a tropical climate with a ninemonth rainfall period and moderate year-round temperatures between 15 - 24 degrees Celsius. The Ethiopian Commodity Exchange (ECX) categorizes Limu coffee into two categories, based on the zone it is grown in. Category A represents coffee from Jimma which can be found in woredas such as Goma, Limu Kossa, Limu Seka, and more. Category B represents coffee from Illubabor which can be found in woredas such as Gore, Yayu, Metu, etc. shipped in 60 Kilo (132 Ibs) bags
The Sidamo Zone, named after the Sidama people, is located in the Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples Region (SNNPR) of Ethiopia. With a population of approximately 3.2 million people, the Sidamo zone is the country's leading producer of green coffee beans. The coffee growing regions of Sidamo lie in the famous Great Rift Valley, which runs through Ethiopia and Kenya. Many of the farmers in Sidamo grow their own unique varietals on excess land found around their residences. They will harvest the coffee cherries and deliver them to processing sites, which will result in a blend of mixed heirlooms this is what gives Sidamo coffee its exquisite complexity. The Sidamo zone is northeast of Lake Abaya and southeast of Lake Awasa. The climate conditions vary across the zone based on the altitude above sea level, with the majority of the area being fertile. Warm conditions cover over 50% of the area, with an elevation of 1,500 - 2,500 meters above sea level. Kolla, the hot climate zone, covers 30% of the total area, with the mountainous highlands covering the remaining portion of the Sidamo Zone. Sidamo features a wide variety of coffee flavours, with many different grades of both washed & unwashed produced. The varying soil types, micro climates and coffee tree varietals contribute to a mixing pot of different flavours. This is also what makes it difficult to assign cupping notes to Sidamo coffee. shipped in 60 Kilo (132 Ibs) bags
Kaldi, a 9th century goat farmer is credited for presenting the ultimate gift of coffee from Ethiopia to the world with the first varietals being from the Kaffa region. This coffee is from a single estate, and is grown by Beha Land Agro Industry at the Beha Coffee farm which is situated right in the heart of the Kaffa area, near the Mankira Forest. This historical location is known globally as a UNESCO World biosphere reserve mainly because it is the birthplace of coffee. The Kaffa grown by Beha Land Agro Industry is a real connoisseur's coffee. Slow roasting this bean helps to preserve the coffees organoleptic profile and is the secret to its perfect balance of aroma, taste and body. shipped in 60 Kilo (132 Ibs) bags
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Green Coffe: Process: Washed Variety: Blend 2 UTZ Blend1 UTZ Bourbones Caturra Rojo H1 - Marsellesa Gesha 1 (CoE) Certifications: UTZ, ORGANIC UTZ,CONVENTIONAL. Cupping Scores: from 84 to 87.5 Price USD / LBS FOB Callao port Lima- Peru. Package of 69 KG bags. % Varieties in each blend: - Caturra rojo 60%, Caturra amarillo 10%, Bourbon amarillo 5%, Bourbon arananjado 5%, Bourbon Tekisic 5%, Gesha 10%, Catimor 5% - Caturra rojo 30%, Caturra amarillo 25%, Bourbon amarillo 15%, Bourbon arananjado 5%, Bourbon Tekesic 20%, Gesha 3%, H1/Marsellesa 2%, - Caturra rojo 70%, Caturra amarillo 10%, Catimor 15% Pache 3%, Typica 1%, Mundo Novo 1% - Catimor 70%, Caturra rojo 15%, Pache 7.5%, Typica 7.5%
Specification Region: Toraja "Sapan" Altitude: 1600 masl Processing method: natural process Grade: 1 (premium) Roasting profile: as requested (recommended medium to dark) Cupping note: full-bodied, dark chocolate, sweet spicy, herbal