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  • Farm: Primrose S.P. PLC

    Varietal: Local Landraces & JARC 74 selections

    Processing: Natural - short fermentation

    Altitude: 2,200 to 2,300 metres above sea level

    Owner: Various smallholder farmers

    Town / City: Guji, Adola, Mesina

    Region: Southern Nations, Oromia, Guji

    Crop year: 2020

    Score: 92

     

    On Filter: Mango, Pineapple, watermelon, bubblegum, boozy, juicy, floral.

     

    One of the most expensive coffee we have bought so far, comparable to geisha. 

     

    Anaerobic fermentation occurs in the fermentation vessel once the oxygen is discharged and replaced with N2, CO2, or another by-product of the fermentation process. Anaerobic fermentation is usually a slower process. In the mid-1850s, the French chemist Louis Pasteur produced anaerobiosis by boiling the medium to drive out oxygen and then introducing inert gas for cultivation. Most traditional method to induce more intense flavour in the coffee.

     

    This coffee is available 30th September onwards. (Limited stock) Reserve from your roaster if possible.

     

    This coffee is worth a grab x 4

     

    This exceptional coffee was dry milled and exported by Primrose, PLC. The coffee was grown by smallholder farmers living around the kabele (town) of Goromo, in Oromia Region.

    Most contributing farmers own less than a hectare of land, and they grow coffee simply as a backyard cash crop. Coffee will usually be interspersed with other subsistence crops, such as sweet potato, mangos and avocados, but there are no other primary cash crops grown in the region.

    Ethiopia l Uraga l Grade 1 l Short Anaerobic Fermentation

    S$30.00 Regular Price
    S$27.00Sale Price
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    We roast our coffee every Sunday and Tuesday.

    Our beans are roasted to order as we want to produce the best to our coffee drinkers. We currently roast twice a week on Tuesday and Sundays. When orders are received before 5pm on the day prior to the roasting day, we will send out the coffee within 3 working days from the date of roast. We cup the coffees after each roast before we bag them, hence we can only send out the beans earliest on the following day after the roast. You will receive an email/sms notification when the coffee is sent. Do let us know if you did not receive your order.

     

    For orders before Tuesday 5pm , your orders will be sent out on Wednesday. 

     

    For orders before Sunday 5pm, your orders will be sent out on Monday. No coffees will be sent on weekends since the Post Office will not handle any incoming mails, but all orders will be posted out on Mondays instead.

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