After a long journey, Paloma and Marco decided to start a roastery located in Valladolid. It's their life project, based on quality and attention to details. We're happy to introduce Puchero as May's roastery.
Ngugu-ini Factory is part of the Kibirigwi Cooperative Society, together with another 8 washing stations. This coffee comprises two varietals: SL28 and SL34, which both are mutations of Bourbon and Typica. This factory has 1,450 active members, and sadly their last season’s production dropped significantly due to adverse weather conditions. Luckily, this cup quality is high and the coffee has tastes of apricot and orange blossom and is delicate and sweet.
Kelloo comes from the region Guji. Family members of smallholder farmers pick small amounts of coffee and then sell and deliver it at the washing station. At the wetmill, they are working to increase the quality and for better processing at the washing station. This Ethiopian coffee, Kelloo, develops a very floral aroma, with complex tasting notes of plum, violet, white chocolate and wild fruit. It is delicate and complex, full of brightness, with a buttery texture.
Nyangwe is a farm located on the hills surrounding the town of Kayanza, northern Burundi. Nyangwe is one of many smallholder owned farms whose yearly crop is delivered to the nearby Mpanga washing station for processing. This season’s Nyangwe lot is fully washed and has undergone a single, 13-hour fermentation, before being dried on raised beds for 20 to 22 days depending on the weather. Nyangwe is sweet and full-bodied, with notes of red grape, raisin and brown sugar.
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