Lot MR-1: MEDAL RAISIN

For some of our customers, this is probably the most exciting preparation of all. We allow the cherries to mature to it´s maximum, and then, still on the tree, we let them start to over ripe just to the point where the skin starts to roughen up. Precisely then, cherries are carefully set on the sun drying patio, caressing them with a palm tree leaf every hour, so that no squeezing occurs, for about 15 days. When they are at a date-like stage, we move them to African beds in the greenhouse. In there, they rest for a few more days, until they are dry. This might take another 15 days.

Coffee and cupping details

Description:

: noticeable raisin notes, fine red and white wine aroma, plum, raspberries, blackberries, forest berries, red grapes, chocolate, smooth apricot, silky sweetness. Prolonged aftertaste.

Bags: 0
Weight: 150 lbs
Harvest Date: Jan-june 19
Varietal:
  • Bourbon
QGrader: Mr. Jorge De Leon / Mr. Hector Gonzalez / Mr. Eduardo Ambrocio

Farm details

Farm Elevation: 1930m-1950m
Average Rainfall: 1100 mm
Processing Method: Natural
Drying Method: african bed
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