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Ambros Coffee

Pulp Fiction Light Roast from Brazil

Regular price $21.00 CAD
Regular price Sale price $21.00 CAD
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Candied Almond, Round body, well balanced

Single origin

Region: Minas Gerais, Brazil
Producers: A Collective of 7 small coffee farms: Fazenda Nova Fortaleza, Fazenda Catiguá, Sítio Serra da Careta, Fazenda Do Lobo, Fazenda São Sebastião, Fazenda Nossa Senhora Aparecida, Sítio Santo Antonio.
Varietals: Yellow Catuai
Process: Pulped Natural (semi-washed)
Altitude: 950 - 1450 masl

Specs:
340g
Roast date / torréfaction: 30/05

Delivery

Free delivery for orders over $45 in the greater Montreal area. See delivery policy for all shipping rates.

Grinding

We sell whole beans only.

We recommend grinding right before brewing so that you best capture the profile of the beans. Need grinding recommendations? Send us a note!

Notes From The Roaster

Our lighter roast version of the Pulped Fiction comes from an association of seven small farms that banded together to export outside of the country for the first time, and we are happy to be their first international customers.

This coffee went through a rarer process called pulped natural (hence the name), also known as semi-washed, where, unlike a traditional natural process, the skin of the fruit is removed before letting the coffee dry, but, unlike washed coffee, most of the pulp is left to dry on the bean; it is essentially a middle ground between the two most common processing methods.

A pulped natural coffee is known to highlight sweetness, promote consistency, and yield a higher-quality cup. Generally, they will have the body of a natural coffee and the sweetness and acidity of a washed.

With our Pulped Fiction, expect nutty sweetness, a round body, good balance, and the simple things done right. A quality, lighter-roasted, classic profile coffee that is as much of a crowd-pleaser as it is an intricately processed specialty coffee, and built to be enjoyed as both filter and espresso.

Region: Minas Gerais, Brazil
Producers: A Collective of 7 small coffee farms: Fazenda Nova Fortaleza, Fazenda Catiguá, Sítio Serra da Careta, Fazenda Do Lobo, Fazenda São Sebastião, Fazenda Nossa Senhora Aparecida, Sítio Santo Antonio.
Altitude: 950 - 1450 masl
Varietals: Yellow Catuai
Process: Pulped Natural (semi-washed)