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SLURP Calendar Coffees

2022

Welcome to explore the SLURP Christmas calendar coffees! We will publish all the coffee information here little by little during December.

#1. Honduras Ica Hau

Kahwe

Yellow Peach, Nutty, Dark Chocolate

Honduras Ica Hau 3/5 coffee comes from Honduras, Intibucan region. The coffee has dried fruit, nuttiness and dark chocolate. There is also peachiness and a slight roastiness. A relaxed coffee for the beginning of December to keep the body warm and the moments calm.

Maa: Honduras
Prosessointi: Washed
Paahto: Light roast

#2. Peru FTO

Paahtimo Papu

Nut, Chocolate, Sweet toffee

Peru – Cepro Yanesha is an organic and fair trade coffee. It has a strong nutty body that blends with the chocolatiness of the dark roast. Very smooth aftertaste, with a toffee aroma. Certified organic, fair trade coffee.

Maa: Peru
Prosessointi: Washed
Paahto: Dark roast

#3. Colombia La Pastora

Inka Paahtimo

Fruity, yammy, caramel

La Pastora is located in Los Monos in Ciudad Bolivar. The farm was founded 1940 and in 2020 it was purchased by Hernan and Eugenio Prieto. Thirty percent of the farm is dedicated to a native forest reserve generating a microclimate and a habitat with a diverse ecosystem, all this accompanied by practices in the coffee process that are sustainable and friendly to the environment. The coffees are picked by hand. Once the cherries have been picked they are first fermented for 24 hours, after which they are mechanically dried for 7 days with controlled temperature of 40 degrees.

Maa: Colombia
Prosessointi: Natural
Paahto: Light roast

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#4. Papua New Guinea Kenta Bold

Caffi

Spicy, mature fruit, nutty

Caffi Kenta Bold has its very own character. Coffee offers a great heavy mouth feel and strong spicy notes. Caffi’s roast is dark but not too dark for Kenta. Sweetness and spiciness are both there in the cup hand by hand.

Maa: Papua New Guinea
Prosessointi: Washed
Paahto: Dark roast

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#5. El Salvador midnight

Roger’s Coffee

Dark chocolate, nuts, caramel

The current owners of El Molino, Jose Antonio Jr and Antonio Salaverria, inherited the farm in 2011. The culture and success of El Molino is based on the farm’s meticulousness and selective picking. After picking, the coffee is processed at Beneficio Las Cruces in nearby Santa Ana, then packaged and shipped.
The Cordelliera de Apeneca is a volcanic mountain range that runs through the departments of Ahuachapán, Santa Ana and Sonsonate in western El Salvador. The mountain range includes four volcanoes, the highest of which is Santa Ana.

Maa: El Salvador
Prosessointi: Washed
Paahto: Midnight

#6. Kettukahvi

Lehmus Roastery

Nuts, chocolate, almond

The City Fox is an agile cosmopolitan that glides smoothly through snowy streets and castle ramparts alike. At dusk, it takes off – while the last dark roasts of the evening are being finished at Lehmus Roastery.

For the fifth year running, the dark fox comes from the same Fazenda IP farm. It’s perfect to enjoy in a wintery urban setting on its own, but also as a base for a milky coffee.

Maa: Brazil
Prosessointi: Natural
Paahto: Dark roast

#7. Guji

Abi Coffee

Dark chocolate, Dark caramel, molasses

This coffee is bought directly from coffee growers in Southern Ethiopia, the coffee variety is Heirloom and the coffee is grown at an altitude of 1900-2300, which gives an exceptionally rich taste. The processing is natural. Abi Coffee always uses fresh beans from the latest harvest season. Roasted, ground and packed in Abi Coffee’s own small roastery in Kaarina.

Maa: Ethiopia
Prosessointi: Natural
Paahto: Midnight

#8. Casa Almeida Barreto Anaerobic

Frukt Coffee Roasters

Fruity, soft, bright acidity

This coffee is produced by a new producer called Gabriel Barreto. Gabriel and his operation is based in Minas Gerais in Brazil. His grandfather worked in the coffee business as a young man and in a way Gabriels story has a lot to do with the family legacy and the adventurous spirit that runs deep in the family. This Red Catuai lot is off of their first actual harvest and it shows heaps of potential and already great quality. The coffee is clean and has good complexity.

Maa: Brazil
Prosessointi: Anaerobic Natural
Paahto: Light roast

#9. Papua New Guinea, Organic

Paahtimo Papu

Ripe fruit, dark chocolate, caramel

NGHCE helps farmers with organic certification, financial management, gender awareness, coffee production, certification standards and procedures. The coffee has a roast level of 4/5 and this brings out the fruity flavour of the coffee combined with cocoa and a light caramel note. The coffee works perfectly as an espresso and as a really smooth filter coffee.

Maa: Papua New Guinea
Prosessointi: Washed
Paahto: Dark roast

#10. Ethiopia Tempestris Natural

Pirkanmaan Paahtimo

Floral, citrus, whitecurrant

The coffee is a natural processed and comes from the Jimma coffee area. More specifically, the production is collected from farmers in the Goma area. The ground coffee has a bitter-sweet aroma. The coffee is sweet with a sugar cane taste. Floral aromas such as magnolia and rose stand out in the taste. A light white wine-like acidity completes the taste experience.

Maa: Ethiopia
Prosessointi: Natural
Paahto: Light roast

#11. HoHoHo

Holmen Coffee

Dried apple, plum, hint of caramel

An aromatic and refreshing coffee, perfect for the Christmas coffee table or when you need cheering up.

Maa: Costa Rica, Ruanda, Uganda
Prosessointi: Washed, Natural
Paahto: Medium roast

#12. Lagarto

Café Nazca

Chocolate, nutty, fruity

Café Orgánico Marcala Sociedad Anónima (COMSA) was founded in Marcala, a rural community in central Honduras. Since their humble beginnings in 2001 with 69 members, they have grown into a thought leader for Central American cooperatives and organic coffee production. In addition to serving their now 1,200+ members, COMSA’s multiple projects teach organic farming practices, produce affordable organic inputs and positively impact their communities through social projects.

Roasting level is Full City which brings up chocolate and nutty aromas together with fruity acidity.

Maa: Honduras
Prosessointi: Washed
Paahto: Dark roast

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