Featured Roast/Torréfaction de la semaine: Haitian Blue Mountain

That “too smooth” Haitian is back! Don’t miss the Haitian Blue Mountain! Our Feature this time round.

More on this coffee here.

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Featured Roast/Torréfaction de la semaine: Cuban Caracolillo

For comparison sake the Cuban Caracolillo, the Cuban Peaberry, follows on the last feature the Tanzanian Peaberry. For the feature this time round, we welcome back the Cuban Caracolillo.

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Featured Roast/Torréfaction de la semaine: Tanzanian Peaberry – Shiwanda Estate

Welcome back the Tanzanian Peaberry from the Shiwanda Estate. A coffee with some intense bitter chocolate notes with a bit of almost jammy sweetness.

The Shiwanda Estate is in the Mbozi region of Tanzania at an elevation from 1500 to 2000 meters.

Enjoy!

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Featured Roast/Torréfaction de la semaine: Ethiopian Yirgacheffe – Misty Valley, Grade 1

This featured roast is still a little new here at Art Brûlant. We are still learning to appreciate its qualities.

  • Most Yirgacheffe coffees are wet processed. The Misty Valley is dry processed. Dry processing adds different flavours to the mix
  • Most dry processed Ethiopian coffees are not given the Grade 1 rating. The Misty Valley is rated Grade 1 – a notoriously difficult accomplishment!
  • Most Yirgacheffe coffees have high citrus notes. Because of the dry processing look for more fermented, dry fruit notes with some spice.
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Featured Roast/Torréfaction de la semaine: Haitian Blue Mountain

Once again we welcome the return of that “too smooth” Haitian! Don’t miss the Haitian Blue Mountain! Our Feature this time round.

More on this coffee here.

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Featured Roast/Torréfaction de la semaine: Tanzanian Peaberry – Shiwanda Estate

The Tanzanian Peaberry from the Shiwanda Estate is back. A coffee with some intense bitter chocolate notes with a bit of almost jammy sweetness.

The Shiwanda Estate is in the Mbozi region of Tanzania at an elevation from 1500 to 2000 meters.

Enjoy!

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Featured Roast/Torréfaction de la semaine: Ethiopian Yirgacheffe – Misty Valley, Grade 1

This featured roast is a new one to Art Brûlant. Most Yirgacheffe coffees are wet processed. The Misty Valley is dry processed. This adds flavour! Most dry processed Ethiopian coffees are not given the Grade 1 rating. The Misty Valley is Grade 1! Most Yirgacheffe coffees have high citrus notes. Because of the dry processing look for more fermented, dry fruit notes with some spice.

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