Spring Bloom - Filter Blend #2
White Chocolate, Melon, Orange Blossom
€11,90

€47,60 / kg

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The Spring Bloom Filter Blend with beans from China tastes like spring! Notes of white chocolate, orange blossom and the sweetness of honeydew melon.

About the coffee

We blend this special blend of 66% from washed Migu and 33% from Sucafina's Catimor bean. Both beans are hand-picked and fully washed, which makes for a super-delicate, balanced flavour profile in your cups. Mild acids, with a medium body and soft sweetness, perfect for starting the day or

About the farms

The growing region for both coffees in this blend is Yunnan in China, in the Pu'er region, which is also known for outstanding teas.

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LEARN ABOUT THIS COFFEE

In 1887, coffee was brought to China by French missionaries. Only 5% of the coffee grown is Robusta, a full 95% is Arabica, grown primarily in Yunnan Province. The cup profile is characterized by a rather full, creamy body, accompanied by subtle acids and natural sweetness. The cup is complemented by well-balanced notes of juicy fruit, as well as subtle hints of nuts, chocolate and caramel.

Suited for

Recommended brewing ratio

16g coffee grounds, 250g water, medium grind, brewing time: ca. 2.5 mins

Flavour notes

White Chocolate, Melon, Orange Blossom

White Chocolate

Melon

Orange Blossom

Character

A floral filter coffee, blended with beans from China,.

About the coffee

Variety: Catimor Blend

Processing: washed

Altitude: 1.400 - 1.600 masl

Harvest year: 2021

Harvest time: Oct - Mar

Soil type: fertile soils

Processing place: on the farm

About the farm

Farm: Sucafina

Location: Yunnan

Coffee farmer: Sucafina + Jia Chen

Form of Operation: family owned farm + Cooperative

Cooperation: Direct Trade

coffee filter 19grams

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