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Fire & Flow

Aurora

Tasting notes

Chocolate, Caramel and Nut

Roasting days
Sat

Region
Fazenda da Lagoa - Fazenda do Salto - Akawa
Origin
Brazil and Burundi
Producer
Niwaldo, Ailton, Maurivan - Dr.Fabio - Akawa Project.

Brazil, Fazenda da Lagoa

Niwaldo and his brothers Ailton and Maurivan are second-generation coffee farmers. Their devotion to coffee quality and sustainability is hard to rival, with natural springs, woodland and wetland areas covering 30% of the total farm area.

Brazil, Fazenda do Salto

Dr. Fabio works alongside his sons and daughter to run their family farm with a small on-site roastery. The farm employs 35 people, many of whom have grown up on the farm and join after finishing school.

Burundi, Akawa Project

Part of the Akawa Project, this coffee was produced to support the livelihood of coffee farmers in Burundi, with the aim to help them escape poverty in a sustainable and economically viable way.

£7.50

/ 250g
Grind
1
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Details

Roast Level

Medium

Type

Blend

Process

Natural, Washed

Altitude

1000m - 2000m

Variety

Red Catuai, Bourbon, Caturra

Brew methods

Espresso machine
Moka pot
Pour over
French press
AeroPress

Roaster

Fire & Flow

Cheltenham

Fire & Flow are a speciality coffee roaster based in the heart of The Cotswolds. Started by childhood friends who decided to follow their passion for coffee, we’re fully focused on supporting our partners with best in class coffee, training, and equipment nationally. We work with skilled, ethically minded and sustainability focused farmers who go to great lengths to produce the highest quality Arabica coffee beans. We take great pride in maintaining the quality of the bean, roasting in small batches to produce delicious coffee that we absolutely love, and hope you will too.

To get back on track, we simply aim to inspire others and share our experience on how to get the most out of speciality coffee. We do this with a simple purpose in mind - to celebrate the quality of the bean and honour the devoted farmers at the source.