Small (15-30 cups)
This Calabash blend combines the tempting taste of plump, juicy peaches with organic orange peels and a dash of organic ginger-- subtle yet warm and oh so enticing.
INGREDIENTS: All organic full leaf black tea, peach, Jamaican ginger, orange peels, rose petals, spice and love.
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Dr. Fabio Araujo Reis works with his two sons and daughter to run their family farm, Fazenda do Salto, in the Sul de Minas region of Brazil. Fabio's sons, Andre and Juca, work along with 35 employees on the estate, many of whom grew up near the farm and later chose to return to the Carmo da Cachoeira area after finishing school.
Located in Kayanza commune in northern Burundi, the Kibingo Central Washing Station handles coffee milling for nearly 3600 growers. This innovative lot was inoculated with LALCAFÉ CIMA™ yeast, developed to guide the fermentation process and cultivate the beans' more intricate and enticing flavor compounds.
Capacity: 650 ml.
Material: Enamel steel
Size: 10. 5 x 16 cm / 250 g.
Handmade in Mexico by UM
Hand-wash only. Do not use alkaline detergents. Not suitable for microwave.
Will arrive in 100 % recycled packaging.
Coffee growers in Mexico are primarily smallholders, with 70%percent of the industry made up of producers with less than 10 hectares of land. Drawn from these small farms throughout the Veracruz growing region, caffeine was removed using the Mountain Water Process, which better preserves their flavor.
A 2022 Cup of Excellence winner, the farm is named for native trees with maple-like leaves. The farm is owned and managed by Roxana Yamileth Zelaya Guardado, whose husband bought the land after returning to El Salvador after emigrating to the US 30 years earlier. This lot is part of the Mt. Olympio Series by Tierra Bendita.
Uraga Washing Station is located in the Guji Zone with over 600 smallholder farmers contributing cherries. These farmers cultivate their coffee on the mountain slopes of Guji at 1,650 to 2,000 meters above sea level. The coffee is grown in the shade of Birbira, Corsica Africana, and Ensete Ventricosum trees.