Inspired by winemakers, Carbonic maceration is a method of fermentation that involves placing whole coffee cherries in a fermentation tank and allowing them to ripen post harvest in the presence of excess CO2 (Carbon Dioxide). Accentuating fruit and floral driven flavors and aromatics - resulting in unique and compelling sensory profiles once roasted.
Altitude: 1500 - 1850 MASL
Cultivar: Ethiopia Heirloom
Process: Carbonic Maceration / Sun-Dried Natural
Sensory Notes: Red grape and dark berry give way to hints of orange blossom and rose. A richly fruit driven acidity leads, to a rich honey-like sweetness, supported by butter cream and caramel in a long, yet sublime finish.
Who Would enjoy this coffee: Those who enjoy big fruit forward & jammy red wines - perfect midmorning or afternoon cup!
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