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Our single origin coffees are carefully chosen by the head roaster to give you the best taste of Split Rail Coffee in your cup.
Each 4oz bag is roasted with your desired flavor profile in mind.
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Duromina is a sweet and fruited cup. The fragrance from the dry grounds has peach and mandarin orange scents, and a mild-honey sweetness. Adding the hot water, the ‘honey’ aspect builds into strong, clover-honey smell, with a floral caramel and nougat-like aroma on the break. The cup flavors echo the aromatics in multi-layered fruit tones, honeysuckle floral hints, and honey-to-cane juice sweetness. The body is thick and full, complimenting the cleanly disappearing sweetness and fruit jam flavors; the acidity is moderate compared to other wet-process Ethiopias.
Duromina is in the Goma region of Agaro Woreda, with farm altitudes between 1900 to 2100 meters.
Customer’s Choice. You get to select your preferred flavor for each shipment, from among whichever flavors we are featuring that week. Your first order is shipped immediately.
The flavor of our only Panamanian roast has notes of chocolate and toffee with a creamy, full body. La Gloria is a “Baru Indian High” estate coffee grown in the Boquete region of Panama, located as much as 6,000 feet above sea level. The estates where it is grown contains volcanic soil, with moderate temperatures and nearly 10 feet of rainfall per year.
The coffee is wet processed and dried by the sun; temperatures range from 64F to 80F degrees and in the summer humidity is between 40 and 60 percent. The final drying process is done on drying machines to maintain homogeneity, with maximum temperatures of 50 degrees.
Each of the estates that is managed by Baru Indian High has a unique microclimate that produces incredibly varied flavor profiles. The area near the estate has a wide variety of flora and wildlife, and four natural springs either originate or run across the estate, which help make the soil rich and well balanced.
This bean has floral notes of jasmine and honeysuckle, with sweetness similar to table sugar or simple syrup, shifting to a more honey fragrance as it cools off. The flavor is clean and on the more delicate side, which is why we always keep this one at a medium roast at most.
It is grown in the remote village of Tulu Golla in the Sidama zone of Ethiopia, the farms are found at around 6,300 feet in elevation.
Tulu Golla is a wet process bean, where a disc pulper is used to remove the coffee cherry fruit skins, followed by a 72-hour underwater fermentation bath and agitation, finished in a clean water bath and then dried in raised beds in the sun.
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