Cherry Cola. Molasses. Cinnamon.
|Cherry Cola. Molasses. Cinnamon.
About this coffee:
Victor Calderon represents the 5th generation of coffee farmers from a family that has been in coffee for more than 100 years; El Tambor, however, is a relatively new addition to the rich mosaic of farms dotting this region of Guatemala, just outside of Guatemala City.
El Tambor means ‘The Drum’ in Spanish: it is assumed that the name comes from the sounds of an underground river pounding under the ground, making a drum-like sound. Even though the sound can no longer be heard today, Victor carries on marching to the beat of his own drum, innovating and refusing to follow the well-trodden path simply because of accepted agricultural practices.
In the future, Victor and his family want to continue planting single varietal areas, focusing on new and less planted varieties, such as Amarello, Pacamara, and Amarello geisha. They also plan to build new drying patios, a fruit garden and new tanks for the workers to farm fish.
This medium roast coffee is sweet and deep fruited, with intense molasses sweetness & cherry cola, with hints of cinnamon aftertaste. This coffee is great for both espresso and filter, you'll get a velvety molasses-like espresso & medium full bodied filter coffee.
Brewing Recipe :
18g of coffee yield to 36g of espresso
25 - 30 seconds
18g of coffee to 290ml of water
3 minutes. Yield 260-270ml
Roasted on 30th of April
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