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Banko Gotiti is a village in the Gedeb district of Ethiopia's Gedeo Zone, where
Yirgacheffe is located. The Banko Gotiti cooperative was founded in 2012,
separately from the Worka cooperative, which is a larger organization. Banko Gotiti
has about 300 members, who grow a mix of heirloom Ethiopian varieties of coffee.
Plantation mill: Banko Gotiti
Farm (farmer): 300 smallholders
Altitude: 1600 – 2300 masl
Processing: washed process
The founder and grandfather Nagype Klem still works on the main section of the farm, and lives right next to the coffee lab where they are working on evaluating all of the coffees throughout the season. In the summer of 2018 our Quality Control manager Tomas passed by for a day of visiting the farms and cupping samples so we could bring you amazing brazilian organic microlot to taste!
Region: Luisburgo, Matas de Minas
Plantation mill: Fazenda Klem
Farm (farmer): Klem family
Altitude: 1100 masl
Variety: Mundo Novo
Processing: natural processing
Flavor profile: milk chocolate, hazelnut, yellow plum jam
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New! Featuring a 10-gallon stainless steel brewing vessel, a threadless dispensing valve and compostable filters.
Introducing the Toddy® Pro Series line of cold brewing equipment.
Check out our Pro Series Introduction Video.
This new, patented product line is designed to help you scale up your cold brew program. We’ve listened to your feedback and incorporated many small details to make large volume brewing simple, efficient and food safe.
As an origin, Papua New Guinea is not yet a frequent guest on our list. This is the second time we offer it because the country is just full of potential. This year, we are happy to offer you a new lot called Tairora that we found surprising and amazing in quality.
Region: Tairora, Eastern Highlands
Farmer: Colbran family
Plantation mill: Baroida estate
Altitude: 1800 – 2000 masl
Variety: Arusha, Bourbon, Typica, Caturra
Flavor profile: gooseberry, kaki, pine nuts
Stunning Ethiopian natural coffee from farmer who started already second processing station in Guji. After Sasaba, Genet washing station is becoming well known quickly due to delivery of high quality coffee Mr. Tsegaye delivers each season. This coffee is really super tasty and fun!
Region: Kercha, Guji
Plantation mill: Genet
Farm / farmer: Mr. Tsegaye Hagos (and local farmers)
Altitude: 1500 – 1800 masl
Flavor profile: coffee blossom, orange, prune
Ethiopia the origin of origins. The country where it all begun. We love its stories and the quality it each crop brings. Again we chose one of the best ones for you whether you like it for filter or espresso this Ethiopia will shine in both with tea like and citrusy character.
Plantation mill: Gora Kone
Altitude: 1900 – 2050 masl
Flavor profile: apricot, green tea, wild strawberry
KB90 is the latest model based on the Linea PB series. Designed specifically to increase operator speeds in busy cafes, it also makes it easier for the barista to work with an improved workflow. At La Marzocco, they have designed a new head-to-head lever system for more work efficiency and less effort on the user's wrist. Efficiency is achieved by steam flushing. After each extraction, the steam is blown to the head and is followed by a portion of rinsing water, making the machine constantly clean even in the busiest hours. This innovative feature minimizes the taste of spoilage and extends the period for classic cleaning. The KB90 enables unprecedented possibilities of your expression, thanks to the panels created by virtually endless combinations of colors and materials.
A delicate green tea known as "precious eyebrows" blended with peppermint leaves for that traditional Moroccan experience.
Rough on the inside and even worse on the outside; green tea and mint are a great cure-all.
We like to drink it pure but for that real North African experience add sugar, heaps and heaps of sugar.
Just cover one tea temple with water at 80 degrees C and infuse for 3 minutes. Remove temple and top-up glass with iced water. Spoon in some sugar.
Whole leaves take longer to brew, but the little wait is definitely worth it.