Cast Iron Coffee Roasters: Ethiopia, Debo, Kochere District, Natural
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ESPRESSO: Natural Yirgacheffes make wonderful espressos and truly delicious flat whites. If you want to introduce a friend to speciality coffee, these are a great place to start. We recommend using a 19g dose with a classic 2:1 recipe to produce a 38g gram shot. Running at 9 bar, we find that a shot time of around 28 seconds will give a very balanced espresso with good acidity and balance. If you plan to drink with milk, aim for a slightly longer shot time of around 34 seconds to dull the acidity slightly. Extractions levels will be around 19.9%
FILTER: We like to use a V60 or Kalita for the Debo to fully enjoy its complexity & sweet flavours. We recommend using 32g for 500ml of water and a total brew time of 3:00 for V60 or 3:15 for the Kalita.
When do we roast and post your coffee?
Orders placed Monday to Thursday will ship next day, orders which are placed Friday to Sunday will be posted out on Monday.
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Initial collection: Cast Iron Coffee Roasters - West Sussex
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