Tag Archives: Salimba Estate

Featured Roast/Torréfaction de la semaine: Before its too late – Salimba Estate/Domaine, Zimabawe AA Plus

Trying to stay on top of this. Especially since this weeks feature will be the last of the Salimba Estate. At least until I find some more! I have more on this Zimbabwean AA coffee here. Advertisements

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Not Too Much Hardship? + Featured Roast/Torréfaction de la semaine

I thought that I should post something before the end of my first day back after two weeks.  I don’t have anything grand to convey after two weeks, but just business as usual here. Working on good coffee! I hope … Continue reading

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Featured Roast/Torréfaction de la semaine: Some Memories

As much as I welcome the roasts that I bring through on the Featured Roast rotation, posting said roasts week-in, week-out can become a bit trying! These are good, even great coffees, but what new can be said about something that … Continue reading

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Featured Roast/Torréfaction de la semaine: Salimba Estate/Domaine, Zimabawe AA Plus

Another favourite comes around again! check it out here.

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Featured Roast: Salimba Estate, Zimbabwe AA +

This weeks featured roast takes us back to the continent of Africa. The Salimba Estate has an AA + rating. For more details on the Salimba Estate Coffee I have previously reviewed it here and here.

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Featured Roast: Wishing For Something Warm

This week’s feature roast comes from south of the equator in Africa. From the southern part of the Zimbabwean eastern highlands we have the Salimba Estate AA+. The roasting profile for this weeks coffee is similar to what I have … Continue reading

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Featured Roast: Salimba Estate

This week we move back to the African Continent, but almost as far south as one will find coffee grown commercially. The Eastern Highlands of Zimbabwe rise to 2,592 m (8,504 ft) with Mount Nyangani. The highest mountain in Zimbabwe. The … Continue reading

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