La Claudina #3 (Espresso)
Cassis, Green Grape and Earl Grey
This particular coffee has been grown on the farm La Claudina. After picking, the cherry has been fermented in water for 24 hours and then dry fermented for 24 hours before the next stage of drying. The drying phase is more standard but what sets Juan’s coffees out from other producers is the use of a cold dryer which was originally designed for drying fruit (like apricots). Juan will keep the cherry for several days drying at a set humidity and a set temperature range of between 25 and 40 degrees Celsius. The initial stage of drying is done here before the coffee is moved to raised beds, this is because the initial drying (when the moisture content in the cherry is the highest) is a crucial time that affects the flavour profile the most. The end result is a super clean natural, with balanced levels of fermentation.
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Altitude1400m - 1800m
When we think of ‘origin’, Kelston Round Hill is to us Synonymous. This lush grassy knoll just outside Bath with its clump of trees and views over Somerset, is not just our namesake, but the backyard of where our roastery was founded. It’s our origin, and it was there that our journey started. That Journey has taken us to distant origins with their own hills, on whose slopes some of the world’s greatest coffees are produced by the world’s best farmers.