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NOTE: All of our premium Arabica coffees are roasted to City+ to Full City roasts, showing minimal-to-no surface oils….we want all of the flavor to stay in the beans until the coffee is ground! Despite the additional descriptors, the first flavor and aroma you'll think of is "COFFEE".

Timor-Leste Daurfusu natural process

Timor-Leste Daurfusu natural process
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A wild and wooly cup profile both fruited and sweet, flavors of fermented apple cider, mango puree, earth-toned date,
Bartlett pear with some pear skin bittering, and body so thick you could stand a cupping spoon in it!
You may recognize this coffee name from previous years, and it's from many of the same small holders in this region.
The biggest difference with this year's coffee is that the farmers are delivering whole coffee cherry to a central
processing station instead of managing the wet processing individually at home. The cherry collection and new wet mill
where the coffee is handled is run by the same Farmpro group who we've bought Timor Leste coffee from the last few years,
and they only continue to refine their process. The Daurfusu wet mill is located in Dukurai village, Letefoho District.
Initially comprised of 37 members in Dukurai, the operation has cast a wider net this year and is buying coffee from neighboring
high altitude zones as well. Farmers in this area are growing a mix of cultivars, mostly Timor Hybrid and Typica, at altitudes of
1400 to 1600 meters above sea level. This is a dry process coffee, meaning the whole coffee cherry is laid to dry without any removal
of the fruit. The dry times are quite long with all that wet, organic mass, usually upwards of 3-4 weeks time. The fermentation that
occurs inside the cherry often leads to a fruity cup profile, bigger body, and muted acidity. The results can be wildly different than
a wet processed batch from the same farm or station, and in this case, we have a correlate from Daurfusu to compare with! It's a unique
opportunity to taste just how profound an impact processing can have on the final cup profile.
 1 lb. bag $17.95 lb.


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Just one of our many discriminating customers that frequent the roastery
"Sumatra Triple Pick Lintong There's a swamp mud jungle funk going on here. Aromatically, Doctor Livingston's cherries have fallen out of his knapsack and lie among the moldering leaves, next to a bog. An Irish peat bog. Lightly singed. In Sumatra. Go figure. That smoky peat-water thing carries to the body - ROBUST I believe is the word. Sweet, voluptuous presentation quickly yields to the gripping, chunky tannins wrapped in licorice that dominate the midpalate. Longgggg finish spiked with orange rind, cardamon,wood shavings, and leaf mould. This is potent stuff. Diane can't drink it. (She loved the Etheopian Mothership.) My inner orangutan, however, loves it. Thanks Badbeard!"
jJason, Dundee, OR
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