Cast Iron Coffee Roasters: Peru, Lima Coffee, San Ignacio, Washed
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Roaster: Cast Iron Coffee Roasters
ESPRESSO: A firm favourite with our wholesale customers as both the house and guest espresso we recommend as a starting point try 19g of coffee for a 36g shot in around 32 seconds. Expect a full bodied, rich espresso with good complexity. Target extraction level 19.4%
FILTER: We love the body and long finish of this coffee so a Chemex is our go to brewer of choice with this Peruvian. As a starting point use a ratio of 31g of ground coffee with 500ml of water at approximately 96degC. Wet the bed of coffee with approximately twice its weight in water, say 70g and use a t spoon to stir lightly to make sure all the grounds are equally saturated. Add remaining water in 3 equal measures with all water added before 3 mins. Total brew time should be around 3:30 - 4:00 minutes. If you have a larger Chemex and are brewing a greater volume, just coarsen the grind and allow brew time to increase to 4 mins 30 seconds.
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Initial collection: Cast Iron Coffee Roasters - West Sussex
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