Posh Coffee Blend
Our “all-rounder” roasted Coffee blend
Flavour notes: Think of a spicy apple pie!
Profile: Awesome in milky Coffee as the spice cuts through the milk well. If you like your spice, then this blend makes a silky black Coffee with a hint of biscuity apple sweetness.
Blend: Brazilian, Guatemalan, PNG
This roasted Coffee blend is our go to all-rounder blend. Great in all weathers, it’s very difficult to pull a bad coffee brew from this resilient and perfectly blended Coffee roast. We wanted something that added a little spice, but not too much. Just enough to push through the flavours for the milky Coffee’s and not so much that it was “too spicy for ya!” in any black Coffee.
With a mix of Brazilian, Guatemalan and PNG we know you can create the perfect cup of Coffee whatever your method or flavour. I take mine with milk and one sugar, or a short sharp black for my morning wake me up. How do you take yours?? Buy our perfect POSH blend of coffee today and find out how you like it!
Flavour Notes Dehydrated strawberries, Chamomile, Toffee, Boozy fruits, Pink marshmallows
Brazilian Coffee Farm
Farm: Fazenda California
Producer/Owner: Luiz Roberto Saldanha Rodrigues
Town / City: Jacarezinho
Region: Norte Pioneiro do Paraná
Processing: Pulped Natural
Altitude: 800+ metres above sea level
Harvest: August – November
Luiz Rodrigues wants to make the region of Paraná renowned worldwide for its unique, high-quality green Coffee beans. As the owner of Fazenda California, Luiz represents the “pioneer” of specialty Coffee in the area, fitting for the name Norte Pioneiro do Paraná (Pioneer of Northern Paraná).
With this in mind we have sourced some of the most exceptional green Coffee beans in Mexico from Luiz, and no mean feat as even Frank Sinatra sang "They grow an awful lot of Coffee in Brazil".. =)
GUATEMALAN COFFEE FARM
Farms: Adiesto TS-19
Cooperative: Asociacion de Desarrollo Integral la Esperaza Toneca
No. Members: 360
Size of Farms: 248 Ha
Average Temperature: 12-25c
Annual Rainfall: 1500 ml
Shade: Trees Gravilea
Region: Santa Antonio Huista, Huehuetenango
Process: Fully Washed
Altitude: 1000 to 1600 metres above sea level
Flavour Notes: Green Apple Acidity, Dark Raisins, Complex Caramels, Dark Honey and Subtle Clove Spice.
The Co-Operative ADIESTO is located in the town of San Antonio Huista, Huehuetenango, even though their range includes partners from other towns such as Union Cantinil and Concepción Huista. ADIESTO has 360 partners from diverse ethnic groups, predominantly ladino. Its producing area is 248 hectares, with an estimated annual production of 377,000 kilos of coffee. The predominant varieties are Catuai, Bourbon, Catimor, and a dispersed production of Maragojype and Pacamara. The production altitudes of ADIESTO range from 1000 to 1600 metres above sea level. ADIESTO is currently a member of ASDECAFE and has three certifications: one of them is Triple A, since ADIESTO is one the main suppliers of Nespresso coffee. The organic production is 2,100 quintales, which represents 18% of the total production.
PNG COFFEE FARM
Farms: PNG Moanti
Cooperative: The Moanti smallholder network
No. Members: 269
Size of Farms: There are some 16,000 farming households in the district and coffee is farmed almost entirely on ‘coffee gardens’. The average farm size (planted coffee) is only just over 0.6 ha.
Town / City: Dunnatina river basin, Henganofi District
Region: Eastern Highlands Province
Altitude: 1750-1900 metres above sea level
Label tasting notes: Ruby pink grapefruit, Lemon squash, Malt, Honey sweetness
There are some 16,000 farming households in the district, which is made up of 14 villages. Most of these households grow coffee as a primary means of income. The well-kept villages have 3 churches, 10 elementary schools, 5 primary schools and 3 aid posts, in total.
Lying at 1,750 to 1,900 meters with an average annual rainfall of 1,800 to 2,900 mm, the region is well-suited to high quality coffee production. Coffee is farmed almost entirely in ‘coffee gardens’, with the coffee plants benefiting from the shade of surrounding trees and the rich, loamy soil of the forest floor. Most of the coffee gardens of the Moanti Network’s farmers are situated on the hills overlooking tributaries to the Hagoimbi River (Dotiwara). However, many farmers also have secondary plantations that are located on the other side of the mountain ridge, which can be as far as a 3 to 4 hours walk uphill and across ridges into the forests. The most common varieties of coffee produced are Typica and Arusaha, with only a few farms producing Mundonovo and Bourbon.
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