Cold Brew

Uganda/Ethiopia | July-Sept 2013


Above right: Jennipher Wetaka, Nasufwa primary society, Gumutindo Co-operative

 

Naturally sweet, surprisingly creamy and rich, the cold brew method of making iced coffee is rightfully earning its place in café lineups.

Our Quality and Sales teams created a custom blend that highlights the delicate flavor and balance of this remarkable brew method.

This blend recipe artfully combines beans grown in different countries and processed through two different methods: washed and naturally processed (where the beans are fermented while still inside the coffee cherries). The flavor characteristics of the two distinctive origins complement each other beautifully, especially served iced!

Learn more about Cold Brew here:

CO-OP:
Gumutindo & Sidama Coffee Farmers Cooperative Union

ORIGIN:
Uganda & Ethiopia

VARIETALS:
SL-28, SL-14 & 74112, Buni, and heirloom longberry varietals

ELEVATION:
1100-1350 MASL & 1800 MASL

ROAST:
Full City

PROFILE:
Aromas of cocoa and molasses with ripe blueberries shining through in the cup.

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