Horsham Coffee Roaster - Nicaragua Samaria Exclusive Microlot - Natural
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To decide which plots are to be harvested as micro lots, a brix refractometer is used to measure the sugar content of the cherries across different areas in each farm - this should ideally be around 22 per cent. Once this has taken place, ripe cherries are picked according to the process they will undergo (natural, red honey, yellow honey etc). Then a water siphon is used to select the best quality cherries and separate defect fruits. If the lot is to be a red honey, cherries are pulped leaving all of the mucilage intact. If the lot is to be a yellow honey, the cherries are pulped to remove the skin as well as some of the mucilage before being dried. For the natural processed lots, fully ripe cherries are hand- picked and left to dry with both pulp and mucilage intact for a longer period of time.
Origin: Central America/Nicaragua - San Fernando, Nueva Segovia
Owner: Julio Peralta
Process Method: Natural (Dry)
Tasting Notes: Demerara sweetness, strawberry and bubblegum!
Delivery prices to United Kingdom
Initial collection: Horsham Coffee Roaster
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