|Cultivar||Bronze Tip Gesha|
|Harvest||March - May|
Expect notes of Red Cherry, Nectarine Juice, Raspberry Jam.
1st place 2019 & 2017 and 2nd place 2018 UK Barista Championships
Mauricio Shattah is one of the world’s most innovative coffee producers. From acid fermented lots to anaerobic naturals, he takes coffee to its most extreme potential.
Although the gesha cultivar is one of the most celebrated in the world, what’s not widely understood is that it’s really many cultivars that all look very similar. As time passes, producers have identified the differences between them and have started selectively breeding, with the Bronze Tip being among the best. With a most complex, vibrant and interesting cup, the Bronze Tip retains the essence of the incredible gesha but takes it somewhere even more unique.
Mauricio’s processing, the way he takes the coffee from cherry to green coffee, is one of the most complex we’ve ever seen. The last time we visited his farm, we saw how he used a sterilised pre-processing procedure to remove all the bacteria from the coffee. He then re-introduced specific bacteria to ferment the coffee in order to highlight specific flavour notes. The coffee was then dried in temperature-controlled huts before final pulping.
Mauricio’s great care and ability is at the core of what makes his coffee so incredible, so rare, and so special.
Organic House Blend was created by blending two organic coffees from Latin America: the Colombian Los Vascos and the Nicaraguan San Juan. Carefully roasted to highlight the coffees’ vibrant and natural flavours, House Blend is a crowd pleasing combination of sweeetness and balance.
Organic Classic Blend was created by blending two coffees from Latin America: the Brazillian Dutra and the Colombian Belen. Combining the intense nut-and-chocolate flavours of the former with the smooth sweetness of the latter, this is a big, bold roast which you won’t soon forget.
Organic Decaf is an easy-to-drink, classic coffee. Decaffeinated using the all-natural sparkling water method, it's made from lots grown in the forests of the West Nile. The coffee cherries here ripen slowly, creating a naturally sweet, complex cup which is incredibly smooth and balanced.