Cast Iron Coffee Roasters: Guatemala, Domingo Lopez - El Pajal, Washed
Getting product details...
Roaster: Cast Iron Coffee Roasters
Espresso - To maximise sweetness we recommend as a starting point use 20g of coffee for a 38g shot in around 28-30 seconds. Expect a full-bodied, sweet, and clean espresso. Target extraction level 19.0%.
Filter - For home use, the Kalita Wave provided the perfect balance of body and complexity. As a starting point use a ratio of 32g of ground coffee with 500ml of water at approximately 95degC. Wet the bed of coffee with approximately twice its weight in water, say 60g and use a teaspoon to stir lightly to make sure all the grounds are equally saturated. Add the remaining water in 3 equal measured with all the water added before 2:30 mins. Total brew time should be around 3:00-3:15 minutes.
Delivery prices to United Kingdom
Initial collection: Cast Iron Coffee Roasters - West Sussex
Similar coffees from
Cast Iron Coffee Roasters: Ethiopia, BIFTU GUDINA, Washed
From Cast Iron Coffee Roasters: Derived from Amharic language, Biftu Gudina means "Ray of Development. " The cooperative was established in 2012 and is located in the Agaro - Goma woreda (district) within the Jimma zone. There are about 150 smallholders in total. Located near Jimma town, the co-op benefits...
Cast Iron Coffee Roasters: Honduras, Gonzalez Fiallos, Carbonic Macerated Natural Process
From Cast Iron Coffee Roasters: Historically, the coffee within this region was smuggled across the border and sold as Guatemalan, or sold off as ‘high grown’ at a much lower rate. Recently producers have made considerable quality improvements through staff training alongside investment in farm infrastructure. Donaldo Fiallos is a...
Cast Iron Coffee Roasters: Uganda, Bukonzo Dream, Natural
From Cast Iron Coffee Roasters: Every year Uganda benefits from a bi-modal rainfall season and high altitudes, the country has a pleasant climate all year round and can be found covered in greenery. The mountain ranges to the East and West are home to Uganda’s arabica farmers and the government...
|e.g. Espresso||18g||Vario 1E||25secs||30ml||A bit finer next time would be better.|