10. December | SOPACDI - Kongo Filter
About the coffee
This coffee is a bourbon variety grown at 1600m near Lake Kivu in Congo. Washed coffee is often praised for its purity. This method allows you to taste all the vibrant notes and distinct flavours of the country and variety of origin. The clarity is mainly due to the fact that the pulp is removed before drying. The flavour profile has a good balance of sweet raisin and golden caramel combined with fruity and tart clementine.
About the farm
The SOPACDI (La solidarité pour la Promotion des Actions Café et le Développement Intégral) cooperative is located in the village of Tsheya-Minova in the province of South Kivu in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
SOPACDI was founded in 2003 on the initiative of Joachim Munganga Mahemu. Today, the cooperative has 7665 members. The aim of SOPACDI is to help smallholder farmers by improving the quality and quantity and by selling their coffee on the international market. The cooperative also improves housing and public infrastructure - roads, bridges, health centers and schools.
Bloody Good Advent
– Since 8 years
To the coffee
Raisin, Caramell, Clementine
Harvesting Year: 2021
Drying Time: 14 days on African beds
Suggested brew recipe:
1:2, 19gr coffee grounds for 40gr Espresso yield, brewing time: 30-35 secs.
About the Coffee
About the Farm
Relationship: new partnership
Type of Farm: lead by owner
Lake Kivu, CD
Altitude: 1,600 masl
Soil type: fertile soils
Fertilisation method: organic
Shadow Type: im Schatten gewachsen
Processing location: on the farm
Number of varieties: verschiedene
Harvest season: Nov - Jan
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