18. Serrano Superior - Cuba Espresso
Today's coffee is a special one, as it's the very first coffee we've ever roasted from Cuba. Cuban coffees have long been hard to come by on the international market, but as the Island economy opens to global trade, we're lucky to try this unusual, nutty and woody coffee.
Grown with love by great farmers. 100% arabica coffee, picked when it's ripe, processed with care, and fairly traded.
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About the Coffee
Cedar, Dark Chocolate, Almond
Sweetness: 2/5 Walnut
Acidity: 2/5 Mellow
Mouthfeel: 2/5 Cedar
Body: 2/5 Heavy and Short
Harvesting Year: 2021/22
Suggested brew recipe:
1:2 (eg 19g coffee to 40g espresso yield) in 30-35 seconds
About this coffee
The farm | Serrano
Relationship: New partner
Type of farm: Cooperative of Smallholders
Region, Country: Sierra Maestra , Cuba
Altitude: 1500 masl
Soil type: Loamy sand
Fertilisation method: organic
Shade type: Shade grown
Processing location: On the farm
Number of varieties: Various
Harvest season: Jul-Feb
About the farm
Bloody Good Espresso
Coffee is a fruit which is naturally acidic and contains many sugars. We roast our espresso to develop a fine acidity and to bring out its natural sweetness.
Our espresso roasts aim to present the strong flavour profiles of different origins. Discover our single origin espressos – all 100% arabica coffees, carefully selected and gently roasted by our team in Berlin.
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