Recommended brewing ratio
16g coffee, 250g water, medium grind setting, brewing time: 2,5 mins
Coffee from Timor leste
About the coffee
Gaining independence in 2002, Timor-Leste is one of the youngest countries in the world. As the country finds stability, the development of the agricultural sector is quickly becoming an important pillar in the structural transformation of the country's economy. Coffee is Timor-Leste's most important crop, and with the end of oil revenues, improving the coffee sector is critical.
The coffee of the hybrid of Moka and Typica variety. It is fully washed and then dried for 20-25 days on raised beds, both traditional bamboo and African style. African beds are elevated wooden structures that allow the cherry to have good airflow and not mold. Thus, by drying the bean in the fruit can be produced very aromatic coffees to. The intense notes of cedar, licorice as well as milk chocolate will introduce you to a whole new side of coffee!
About the farm
The Raimutin Wash Station serves as the central hub for processing cherries from producers in the community of Ermera. Located at 1400 meters above sea level, the washing station serves not only as a place to purchase, process and dry cherries, but also as a meeting place for the village board and neighborhood leaders. To expand the reach of specialty coffee as a viable option, training is also important. The washing station successfully served as a hub for training in cultivation, harvesting, and processing for local producers.