Juicebox - Filter
A truly elegant cup. Bright stonefruit acidity with rich blackberry & cherry sweetness.
|Producer||Coocentral Coop El Divinito #1|
|Taste Notes||Blackberry, Raspberry, Cherry, Peach|
This lot was sourced from a couple of small producers of the Coocentral Coop in Huila. A lot of the farmers in Huila are so small that their harvest isn’t big enough for separate microlots. Coocentral groups these tiny outputs by quality & taste profile. This lot of 14 bags was called El Divinito #1.
The cherry was fully washed by the farmers. They depulp the cherry in the afternoon and immediately transfer it to a fermentation tank. Here floaters are removed and the coffee is fully washed before it moves to drying. Drying in Huila is a big challenge due to rain and high humidity. But the farmers of Coocentral have good structures with proper ventilation. They manage to dry the coffee down to below 11% in 10 – 18 days.
How We Brew It
|Ratio||15g coffee for 250g water (1:16,6)|
|Water||Use soft water (50-100ppm) at 90° C|
Grind 15g of coffee, rather coarse, somewhere between ground pepper and coarse sea salt.
||Put the paper filter in your brewer. Rinse the paper filter and discard the water.|
||Add the coffee to the brewer and tap gently on the side to obtain a flat bed of coffee.
||Tare your scale and start the timer. Gently pour 50g of water in slow, circular motions. Preferably use a gooseneck kettle for superior flow control. Allow to bloom.
||At 0:30, slowly add water in circular motions until you hit 150g. Gently spin the brewer so all grounds submerge and are extracted evenly.|
|Step 6||At 1:00, slowly add more water until you hit 200g.|
|Step 7||At 1:30, slowly add more water until you hit 250g. Complete brewing time should be around 2:30.|
|Step 8||If the coffee runs too fast, grind finer. If the coffee runs too slow, grind coarser.|
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