87pts: Floral aroma of jasmine flower, the sweetness of nectarine with chrysanthemum tea finish
The Konga Wete Webanchi washing station is a great example of specialty coffee production coming together with supporting the local community. The station is built next to a school near the town of Wete, and both Primrose and Project Origin work closely with the teachers and staff to provide the support they need to educate local children. As a result, we can improve quality of life while simultaneously improving the quality of coffee at the washing station. Now, isn’t that what specialty coffee should be all about?! When Meseret and Abraham, the wife and husband team that own Primrose, were looking for the site of a new washing station, they chose this spot, as it meant the station would have easy access to electricity – no easy feat in parts of rural Ethiopia. The access to electricity means the station can continue to process coffee after sunset, a task commonly made difficult at o ther washing stations.
Old Fashioned Christmas Favourites. It's that time of the year again. When we look back at festive periods, it's always centered around the delicious flavours enjoyed with loved ones. These unique scents...
Orders are roasted on Tuesday and dispatched from Wednesday 87.5pts: Bright and vibrant acidity with clean juicy texture. Flavours of brown sugar, honey, plum, black beries and apricot. ...
Orders are roasted on Tuesday and dispatched from Wednesday Project Origin Cupping notes 86pts: Creamy texture with medium to full weight. Flavours of water apple, caramel, starfruit, blueberry. Producer: Don...