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TASTING NOTES
CONTRIBUTED BY COMMUNITY

SWEET, FRUITY

I was working long hours for many days preparing for an event and my soul craved for a meditative break. I grabbed this coffee from my reserve and turned on my calming flute music playlist. Hand-pulled a shot of espresso with my lovely Picopresso. The delicious looking espresso with that dark brown crema welcomed me with a sweet caramel aroma. The fresh juicy fruity notes reminds me of wild berries. Finished with a sweet aftertaste that lingered for a long time with a bit of warmth.

ESPRESSO

STANDARDISED
TRANSPARENT COFFEE LABEL

FARM

REGION

PAZHANI MALAI

SPECIES

ARABICA

VARIETAL / SUB-SPECIES

SARCHIMOR

FRUIT TO SEED PROCESS

YELLOW HONEY

LOT TYPE

NANO LOT

ETHICS

CLIMATE WAVE

ROASTING FUEL

INDUCTION

ROAST DEGREE

LIGHT

ROASTER

LANDED COST OF GREEN BEANS

$27.24 CAD / KG

GREEN BEANS IMPORT PARTNER

THAT SUSTAINABLE COUPLE

ALTITUDE

1100 MASL

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The world enjoys delicious coffee because of the farmers. Natural Farmers understand the forests more than any coffee people in the Global Coffee Value Chain. Their superpower is their knowledge and wisdom in growing and harvesting coffee in harmony with nature. Tip the Farmers is Climate Wave Coffee's Project to empower natural farmers as Biodiversity Conservation Consultants to transform monoculture coffee farms worldwide into biodiversity-rich coffee forests. 100% of the proceeds will be used to pay Natural Farmers in our network to lead and mobilize this project. Thank you for your generosity and for using your financial superpowers to reverse global warming.

We gratefully acknowledge that we currently live, play, and work on the unceded traditional territory of the Lekwungen-speaking peoples, known as the Songhees and Esquimalt Nations. We honour and respect the rich history, cultural heritage, and ongoing contributions of the indigenous communities who have stewarded this land for generations. We are committed to learning, listening, and standing in solidarity with these Nations as we continue our operations on this sacred land.​ We also equally express our gratitude for the indigenous peoples around the world, especially those who protect the tropical forests of the coffee-growing regions.

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