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#14: Abnormal Archive

#14: Abnormal Archive

$23.00Price

Join us in the Abnormal Archive, the weirdest library in the universe.

 

If you've been in Weird City for a while, you may recognize the coffee used in our 14th Lore release. Luis Edwardo Campos is the owner of Cordillera de Fuego in the Tarrazú region of Costa Rica. Don Luis enjoys experimenting with different coffee processing methods and has been developing his termico (thermic) method for over a decade.

 

We've purchased his termico coffees in the past and they're always a hit with fans of fruity, complex brews. For this crop, the coffee cherry and mucilage is left on the seed, essentially beginning with a natural processing. The cherries are then exposed to heat which slightly caramelizes them. This processing results in an exceptionally sweet, fruit-forward cup.

 

In addition to producing great coffee, don Luis is also commited to environmental stewardship. His farm and wet mill joined the Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMA) group in 2017, whose goal is to decrease greenhouse gas emissions within the coffee industry. Currently, Cordillera de Fuego uses solar energy to supply more than 50% of the energy used in the wet mill.

  • COFFEE DETAILS

    Origin Tarrazú, Costa Rica
    Altitude 1600-1750 masl
    Variety Caturra, Catuai
    Processing

    Natural and thermic

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