Colombian Farms ^073671

Country:

Colombia

Region:

Huila

Farm:

Los Naranjos de San Agustin

Variety:

Caturra and Colombia

Altitude:

1650-2000 meters

Processing:

Fully Washed

Background:

The association of coffee producers "Los Naranjos" is the quintessential example of small-parcel Colombian coffee culture. This high-caliber group of 52 farmers have produced some of the highest quality coffee that we have seen come out of Huila. The sharing of techniques and practices between this group of producers is one of the most important factors in the progress of this association, and with an average farm size of4 hectares, the success of the group is absolutely contingent upon the discipline of the individual. This coffee is harvested at full-ripeness, fully washed, and patio/parabolic dried to ensure a cup that is equally bright, fruity and complex with a soft and sweet body. NOTES: DARK CHOCOLATE/DARK CHERRY/MILD ORANGE-Roast MED+

Papua New Guinea ^103046

Location:

Kamano-Kainantu,
Eastern Highlands Province

Region:

Timuza A/X

Farm:

Kamano tribal group

Variety:

Mostly Arusha,
some Typica and Mundo Novo

Altitude:

1550–1800 masl

Processing:

Full Natural and SUN dried

Program:

Certified Organic

Background:

The Timuza Coffee Cooperative represents about 260 small-holder farmers of the Kamano tribal group, located southwest of Kainantu in the hamlets surrounding Namura town. The soils are are a mix of black & brownish red loam, with predominately traditional typica grown under casuarina and albizia shade trees. Average farm size is 1.4 hectares per family, with adjacent gardens for cultivation of food crops such as sweet potato, taro, and cassava. Farmers have received training and assistance in financial management, gender equality, coffee husbandry and standards for processing through local partners. The harvest takes place from April through September, with selective harvest of ripe cherry, manually pulping, fermentation in traditional bilum bags, washing, and full sun-drying. In 2016, Timuza placed 1st in the National Cupping Competition. NOTES: CARAMEL/RED APPLE/HONEY-Roast MED+

Brazilian Farms ^035561

Country:

Brazil

Region:

Ibicoara, Bahia, Brazil

Farm:

Fazenda Floresta / Luca Allegro

Variety:

Acauã

Altitude:

1,050 – 1,200 meters

Processing:

Full Natural and dried in the sun

Program:

Organic

Background:

This coffee is sourced from Fazenda Floresta. A family owned farm operating in the state of Bahia, Brazil near the Chapada Diamantina National Park, known for its mountainous cliff formations (chapada) and 19th century diamond mining (diamantina). Coffee is biodynamically cultivated, which is a holistic approach to agriculture where the farm is managed as an interconnected organism that generates its own fertility through diverse cover-cropping and the integration of manure from livestock raised on the farm. Biodynamic goes beyond organic practices including applications of homeopathically treated compost based on the rhythms of nature. NOTES: GRAHAM CRACKER/CHOCOLATE COVERED ALMOND-Roast-MED+

India Cherry Robusta 17 ^121766

Country:

India

Region:

Sakleshpur and Coorg Districts, Karnataca, India

Farm:

Smallholder farmers from Sakleshpur and Coorg Districts

Variety:

CxR, Robusta Peridinia, and S.274

Altitude:

1200 - 1350 meters

Processing:

Full natural and dried in the sun and mechanical dryers

Soil:

Volcanic loam

Background:

India Cherry Robusta 17 is sourced from family owned farms located within the Sakleshpu and Coorg districts in the state of Karnataka, India. Coffee is cultivated on the eastern slopes of the Western Ghats mountain range, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the most biologically diverse places in the world with more than 5000 species of flowering plants and 508 different species of birds. Many of the farms have been in operation for nearly one-hundred years, passed down through the family from one generation to the next.Marketed as "The Strongest Coffee in the WORLD!" This amazing single origin Robusta has been roasted to perfection and sold ONLY as a BINGO Certified Roast. This Dark & Rich coffee bean flavor is truly remarkable, but not for the timid. If you like a strong but extremely smooth finish flavor, this coffee is a MUST HAVE! NOTES: CHERRY/VANILLA/MALT-Roast CERTIFIED BINGO

Mexican Natural Decaf ^ 083053

Country:

Mexico

Region:

Chiapas, Southwestern Mexico

Farm:

Coffee Cooperative/Majomut

Variety:

Bourbon, Typica, Caturra, Mundo Novo

Altitude:

900 - 1400 meters

Processing:

Shade grown/Double washed, Sun dried

Program:

Organic

Background:

Mexico Natural Decaf - Esmeralda. This coffee is decaffeinated naturally  using Ethyl Acetate (EA). EA is a naturally occurring organic compound found in fruits and vegetables that is synthesized for coffee decaffeination and 100% organic/natural. In this method the green beans are steamed or soaked to expand the beans for caffeine extraction. The expanded beans are then soaked in EA, which bonds with the caffeine molecules and breaks them away from the bean. The decaffeinated coffee is then removed from the EA solvent and rinsed thoroughly. BINGO has chosen this Decaf Coffee for exceptional flavor and aroma, so if a decaffeinated brew is your choice, this roast will truly excite your taste-buds! NOTES: COCOA/TOASTED ALMONDS with a creamy mouthfeel-Roasted MED+

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