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Anaerobic fermentation coffee for Filter

Anaerobic (oxygen-free) fermentation is a processing method where the coffee cherries are fermented in a fully sealed and oxygen deprived tank. After a period of days the coffee is then pulped and naturally dried. This method significantly increases the complexity of flavours.

Looking for coffee that's great in a filter? Look no further. We've hand picked the best coffees for your filter or pour-over method from our range of UK artisan roasters. All our coffees are delivered fresh from the roaster straight to your door.

Popular filter methods include V60, Kalita Wave and Chemex.

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Cast Iron Coffee Roasters: Bolivia, Trapiche - Geisha, Anaerobic fermentation Cast Iron Coffee Roasters: Bolivia, Trapiche - Geisha, Anaerobic fermentation
140g: £20.00
From Cast Iron Coffee Roasters: The Geisha varietal is revered by the speciality coffee world and has legendary status. Geisha trees are slow growing and produce fewer cherries and this leads to increased complexity in the cup. This complexity, the layers of flavour, is what sets it apart from other...
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Clifton Coffee Roasters: Panama, Rocky Mountain, Anaerobic fermentation Clifton Coffee Roasters: Panama, Rocky Mountain, Anaerobic fermentation
from 250g: £11.00
From Clifton Coffee Roasters: Rocosa Montana translates directly as the Rocky Mountain and is located in Santa Clara, Panama. Processed exclusively by Allan Hartmann, we have bought directly from this farm for the last 3 years and have developed a very exciting relationship. This year we decided to experiment with...
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