A wild coffee variety that originated in South Western Ethiopia, characterized by a tall statured plant, long internodes in the branch, and wide spacing of leaf buds that make this a very low-yielding varietal. Naturally processed by sun drying before pulping.
Taste profile: Delicate, sweet tangerine aroma and citric acidity. Floral and caramel undertones in a prolonged aftertaste.
The Maragopype 928 is a natural variation of Arabica Typica discovered in the town of Maragopype, Brazil in 1870. It is a very tall plant with large, bold beans. The '928' is yet a further variation on conventional Maragopype due to its very wide branch and leaf bud spacing which allows one to see right through the plant. This particular 928 varietal has pink cherries (rather than red) a natural mutation occurring at Coffea Diversa’s high altitude plantation in Costa Rica. Highly susceptible to coffee leaf rust and extremely low-yielding. Honey processed.
Taste profile: Sweet and fruity aroma, velvety body, high tangerine acidity. Great balance with hints of apricot and peach.
A wild Sudanese Arabica varietal found in the Boma plateau in the village of Rume, south-east Sudan. Tall stature plant that is especially resistant to coffee plant diseases. Medium yield with large, long beans. Processed as a fully-washed coffee.
Taste profile: Ripe fruit notes, blackberry and apricot, hints of flowers and aromatic wood. Low-toned acidity, medium body, light syrupy mouthfeel with sweet juicy finish.
The oldest and purest strain of Arabica Typica is the Guadeloupe, which has been cultivated in the Caribbean since the 1700s. The longberry is a natural mutation of the Guadeloupe Typica. A medium yielding plant. Honey processed.
Taste profile: A deep, sweet aroma, pronounced velvety body, floral jasmine undertones, and bright tangerine highlights.
The Mokka bean is a natural mutation of the Bourbon bean which originated in Reunion Island. The beans are very small and round in shape.
Taste profile: Sweet and fruity aroma, velvety body, delicate but assertive. Great balance with hints of apricot and peach.
Discovered in the village of Venecia, northwestern Costa Rica, well apart from any other coffee growing regions, the origins of this coffee are a mystery and DNA analysis does not clearly identify it as a variation of Typica, Caturra, or any other varietal. Honey processed.
Taste profile: A very bright, intense, lively, green apple acidity with deep exotic fruit aromas. Smooth body with lovely long pleasant aftertaste.
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