Reminder: Fermeture annuelle d’automne – 2019 – Annual Fall Shutdown

Fall Shutdown Reminder!

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

Misty Valley is on this round. Our Grade 1 dry processed Yirgacheffe,

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

The Peaberry from the Shiwanda Estate in the Mbozi region of Tanzania is back. Expect intense bitter chocolate and some jammy sweetness notes.

The Shiwanda Estate is located at an elevation from 1500 to 2000 meters.

Enjoy!

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Fermeture annuelle d’automne – 2019 – Annual Fall Shutdown

The Annual Fall Shutdown for 2019 will soon be here at Art Brûlant. It always happens in the two weeks after Labour Day.

For 2019 Labour Day takes place on September 2rd. So for the Shutdown and your coffee needs during that period keep these dates in mind:

September 1st to the 18th, 2019, inclusive / 1 au 18 septembre, 2019, inclusivement

L’arrêt d’automne annuel pour 2019 sera bientôt ici, à Art Brûlant. Il arrive toujours dans les deux semaines après la fête du Travail.

Pour 2019 la fête du Travail a lieu le 2 septembre. Donc, pour l’arrêt et de vos besoins de café au cours de cette période garder ces dates à l’esprit:

September 1st to the 18th, 2019, inclusive / 1 au 18 septembre, 2019, inclusivement


Please note that during the period that Art Brûlant is closed you will still be able to find coffee at Value Mart in Shawville and Marché Bowers in Fort Coulonge and Café 349 also serves a nice cup.

Se il vous plaît noter que pendant la période Art Brûlant est fermé, vous serez toujours trouver le café d’Art Brûlant chez Valu Mart à Shawville et Marché Bowers à Fort Coulonge. Café 349 sert également une bonne tasse.

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Featured Roast/Torréfaction de la semaine: Yemen Mocha Ismaili

We welcome back the Yemen Mocha Ismaili.  Tiny little beans with a lot of flavour.

I have previously talked a little about the history of coffee in Yemen, as it refers to the other Yemen coffee that we have carried, the Yemen Mocha Mattari. You will find some of that here and here.

One of the highest grown coffees in Yemen, at altitudes of over 2000 metres (6000 – 7000 ft), the Ismaili is one of the countries most coveted. Even locally!

This is a coffee with great complexity. Rather spicy and full flavoured.

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Featured Roast/Torréfaction de la semaine: Welcome A New Burundian!

This week we are moving to another coffee from Kalico of the Kahawa Link Co of Burundi.  Although this coffee will be on as a regular roast we are listing it as the Featured Roast for this round.

This coffee comes from a processing mill in Gitanga Hill (Town) in the region of Gashikanwa found in the province Ngozi of Burundi. The cooperative that supplied the coffee is the Gashikanwa Cooperative.

Look for similarities between the previous coffees sourced from Kalico. You will find the Gitanga a little sweeter than the Murago, but not lacking in a good acidity.

Crop: 2018 – 2019
Altitude 1850m
Variety: Bourbon
Origin: Gashikanwa

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

The not so common dry processed Yirgacheffe, the Misty Valley returns.

More here.

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