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Artisan Roast - Cerro De Jesus - Nicaragua

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A natural processed mara-caturra micro-lot born for anyone with a sweet tooth. Bold flavours of licorice laces and strawberry mousse lead onto a clotted cream fudge finish. An exclusive micro-lot to Artisan Roast.

From Artisan Roast:

Maracaturra is a cultivar that has a direct lineage to the Maragogype, are both immediately recognisable and distinctive in their massive size. That they deliver subtle, refined coffees and need tender care and coaxing in the coffee roaster to bring out their very best can be a little confusing. Yields are typically lower with these plants than other cultivars so it's an uncommon variety to be found globally. One pocket of the coffee growing world it still holds favour with farmers is in the high forested hills of Nicaragua's border with Honduras, home to Cerro de Jesus.

Cerro De Jesus is a relatively big farm for the area at around 280 hectares and mostly grows catuai, caturra, bourbon and Pacamara. It also has a little maracaturra plot which lies at 1300m at sea level ,from which this micro-lot is sourced.

Before processing the coffee cherry selection is meticulous. With a relatively stable climate in Nueva Segovia during harvesting brix readings of the sugar content provide a reliable indicator of true ripeness before picking. Before drying cherries whole as a natural proccessed lot further sorting is then carried out to ensure that the cherries will dry consistently over the next fifteen days. The results are delicious, sweet and an excellent example of a natural processed coffee that displays the true fruit like character of the coffee cherry whilst still allowing variety and terroir characteristics to be tasted.

On brewing this coffee strawberry and raspberry are flavours that are present across both filter and areopress methods. The filter then balances these fruits with delicious caramel and fudge backnotes, while with the aeropress a licorice lace like flavour and milk chocolate come through on the finish. All brew methods have a rolling creamy mouthfeel with a delicate citrus to apple like acidity.

Altitude: 1300m asl
Farm/Coop: Cerro De Jesus
Great for: Aeropress, Cafetiere, Filter
Origin: Central America/Nicaragua - Buena Vista Chiquita, Municipality of Jalapa, Nueva Segovia
Owner: Julio Peralta
Process Method: Natural (Dry)
Varietals: Marracaturra

When do we roast your coffee?

We roast at least every Monday and Wednesday (roasting days). Our cut off for planning orders for roasting is 2pm on a roasting date. If an order is received after this cut off it will be prioritised on the next roasting day. Most items will be dispatched the next day (Tuesday and Thursday). If we cannot deliver the goods within this time we will tell you immediately and agree on another time for delivery. If we cannot agree on another time, we will offer you a refund. We use a range of different roaster sizes so we can batch roast exactly what we need for that day. This means that no coffee will leave our roastery older than the previous working day.

Delivery Method

We send your coffee by Royal Mail 1st Class post, which aims to deliver within 1 working day. This is not a guarantee but an aim. Royal Mail will not class an item as lost or missing for 15 working days. Please get in touch if you have not received your order within 7 working days of dispatch. For International delivery to Europe we use the Royal Mail International Standard service. This has a delivery aim of 5-10 days. For International delivery to World Zone 1 & 2 countries we use the Royal Mail International Tracked & Signed service. This has a delivery aim of 5-10 days.

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Tasting record

Method Dose Grind Time Volume Comments
e.g. Espresso 18g Vario 1E 25secs 30ml A bit finer next time would be better.