20% Ethiopia Red Cherry Yirgacheffe 80% Malaysia Liberica Natural Processed
Tasting Note :
Filter - Tea Rose, wild berries, plum, red apple, cinnamon, boozy finish. Espresso - Blueberry, peach, toffee, green apple acidity, good round body, long fruity finish.
Roast Level: Medium Light Roast
Roaster Note :
We are truly grateful that our new blend “Fairy Pitta” has won bronze medals in 2 categories of the Australian International Coffee Awards (AICA) 2017 (Both Filter Coffee Category & Espresso Blend Category).
We are thrilled and excited that our coffee blend “Fairy Pitta” which contains Malaysia Liberica & Ethiopian Yirgacheffe has made it to the international stage, and of course made us all proud of our nation & local agricultural effort!
Thank you, Australia for inviting us to this competition and acknowledging our beans & hard work. The Beam Team will keep up our position as humble as usual, and bring more good coffee to the country and to the world.
Shipper Note :
A blend with two natural processed fruit bomb coffees, the result is a complex cup that complements fruity notes of berries and jackfruit. Absolutely sweet and juicy cup, with a long finish of winey boozy notes!
Brewing Recipe :
Espresso 20g of coffee yield to 40g of espresso 30 - 35 seconds
Filter 20g of coffee to 300ml of water 2-3 minutes, 93ºc brewing temperature
Roasted on 15th of January 250g pack coffee ship in 1-2 working days 1kg Pack roast to order, ships within 3-5 working days
Jia Jenq T.
Leong Soon R.
First time trying Liberica and better yet from Malaysia. As espresso, enjoyed the blueberry sweetness and the finish is awesome. As filter using origami, the rose is really distinct together with red fruits notes.
Overall really enjoyed the coffee! Good job BeamSpecialty
A bit more silverskin in the crease of Yirgacheffe bean. The flavor is complicated. Still adjusting the brewing variable to get the most out of it.
It’s not bad
Perfect for your everyday dose . Smooth and balanced flavoured too
Not too bad. More to a darker taste.
Flavour notes are true, this is a fruit bomb.
Explodes in the mouth with juicy mouthfeel, fruity, with a long finish.
The grounds smell amazing and tantalizing.
Look forward to drinking this everyday.
Tried Liberica single origin before and didn't quite goes well for my preference as the jackfruit note is too strong. Gave this a tried, blend of Liberica 80% and 20% Yigarcheffe, it gave a nice taste combination with mellowed down jackfruit note and overall juicy cup of coffee. Love it.
A cup of acidity I like that full with fruity auroma especially the green apple taste.
Nice fruity cup of coffee with apple-like sourness. And don't forget the good long aftertaste the Liberia bean is giving.
This is the type of coffee that'll brighten up my day
The taste of the jackfruit is so special, I love it!
Ahmad Khaldun I.
It is ok
Xin Yi N.
Distintive jackfruit fragrance upon unzip the bag. Aromatic, smooth and bold. Perfect morning cuppa that wakes me up!
darkly roasted, not suitable for hand brew
Good for pour over
Boon Yao O.
brewed this with hario v60
a little bit finer grind than what I usually use
fruity, soury, slight jackfruit, SWEET.
overall a very pleasant taste, goes really well with some music on a relaxing evening.
Distinct smell and taste of a jackfruit. Brewed and let some friends taste it, not all can take the pungent smell and taste of jackfuit. But for me, i like it
May Tan H.
Pungent on the nose (especially when opening the sealed bag for the first time) but surprisingly very balanced taste wise. I normally prefer light and bright roasts, this was something different and quite enjoyable
Sorry but the smell of jackfruit is just overpowering and doesn't do it for me.. it's quite the turnoff really
Very fruity! Well blend with Malaysia Johor Liberica.
Like the bird of its namesake, this blend is an exclamation mark from the get-go. The Ethiopian adds a touch of fruits and sweetness, whilst the Malaysian Liberica packs in the boldness that lingers on forever. The Fairy Pitta will definitely get you off your perch.
Appending my previous review because by tweaking the brewing parameters just a little bit I can now taste the blueberries. My new favorite!
The whole bag of beans smelled like jackfruit, which is very typical of naturally processed our homegrown Liberica. I don't fancy Liberica due to past experiences with the very odd, pungent, rotten-fruit smell, so I was skeptical at first.
But oh boy when brewed as an espresso, probably due to the yirgacheffe in action, it turned out to smell like jasmine with a hint of jackfruit. I find it very refreshing and sweet. Works great as both cold or hot long black.
My friends whom first try filter love it, couldn't resist the sweetness in this cup of coffee.
Aromatic , sweet and fresh! First time tasting a home grown Liberica - Ethiopia red cherry yirgacheffe.
The beans oddly smelled of jackfruit. Beans were espressed well, but the taste also had a hint of jackfruit I'm not a jackfruit person, if you haven't caught on. So would only recommend it to those who love that fruit.
maybe its me........... does seems to be able to get the taste right............
Chee Chung L.
it was okay
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