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7. Kawo Farm – Ethiopia Filter

Peach, Jasmine, Blueberry

It's all fruit in this stunning Ethiopian from Heleanna Georgalis's Kawo Kamina Farm, with juicy notes of blueberry and peach joining a silky body and floral armoa that reminds us of jasmine. 

Cultivation

Grown with love by great farmers. 100% arabica coffee, picked when it's ripe, processed with care, and fairly traded.

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Key info

Peach, Jasmine, Blueberry

Score: 88
Sweetness: 5/5 Blueberry
Acidity: 4/5 Tropical and Bright
Mouthfeel:
4/5 Bright and silky
Body:
5/5 Silk

Variety: Heirloom
Processing: Natural
Harvesting Year: 2022
Drying Time: 14 days on African beds


Suggested brew recipe:
1:16.5 (eg 15g coffee to 250g water) in 2:30 to 3:30 minutes

About this coffee

This stunning coffee is the best of what Ethiopians have to offer: it's super juicy and fruity, with a floral aroma. It's harvested by hand between the trees of the forest in which it is grown, located in the lush Sheka zone, near Kaffa. The region has a rich diversity of vegetation, which provides optimal conditions for growing excellent coffee. Heleanna Georgalis from Moplaco took over the farm's operation two years ago and is giving it her all to produce high quality coffees. We can't praise the results enough.

After being harvested, the coffee cherries are carefully dried on 45 raised African beds from Moplaco, where they take on a light tropical acidity. According to research performed by the Tepi institute, the coffee grown at Kawo Farm is the 74110 variety

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The farm | Kawo Farm

The Kawo Kamina farm is tucked under thick blanket of vegetation at an altitude of around 2000 meters in Ethiopia's Sheka zone in the country's south west, near the town of Kawo. Founded 7 years ago, the 150 hectare farm has been run by Helena Georgalis for two years now, having taken over after spending many years in the Ethiopian coffee industry, now transitioning to becoming a producer herself. The quality of her coffees and the difficult, remote conditions of the farm show her talent and conviction.

Relationship:
Several years
Producer:
Heleanna Georgalis
Type of Farm:
Owner-operated farm

Region, Country: Masha, Sheka, Ethiopia
Altitude:
1900 - 2000 masl
Soil type: Fertile, forested soils
Fertilisation method: organic
Shadow Type: Shade grown
Processing location:
On the farm
Number of varieties: Several
Harvest season:
Nov - Jan



Der 19grams Kaffee Adventskalender 2022 für Espresso und Filter

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Coffee is a fruit with many natural fruit acids. We roast our coffees to bring out these acids, but also to bring out the sweetness. When our roasters develop a flavour profile for a filter coffee, they make sure to use a slightly lower temperature. In our coffees, we bring out the natural flavour profile of each variety, but also of the terroir of Origin.

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