Tasting notes: Peach, Tropical and Milk Chocolate
Named "Dubancho" after the fruit found in Keramo, this coffee is sourced from 279 Daye Bensa member farmers. As soon as the coffee is received, it gets sorted by floating tanks and picking out the ripe cherries. Following this, the coffee is dried on African beds for 12-15 days and one person is assigned to one individual bed to rotate the cherries every 15 minutes to ensure uniformity of drying. What's the result? This process increases sweetness, body and complexity
Altitude: 2100- 2200 MASL
Suitable for all brewing methods
We would always encourage to purchase our coffees as whole beans and grind on demand, however we now offer ground coffee for espresso and filter too! Please note that coffee is ground just before dispatch and a tamper proof seal will be applied to the coffee bag.