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Father's Coffee - Indonesia Pegasing Washed Filter

Father's Coffee - Indonesia Pegasing Washed Filter
Price: 15,96 €
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Roasting date: 07.09.2021
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Specialty coffee from Indonesia, roasted in Czech Republic by Father's Coffee. Light roast, perfect for filter coffee machines, drippers, Chemex, AeroPress, French Press, and other pour-over brewing methods. You can exoect the notes of cherry, hibiscus, lime, and cascara.

This coffee is part of the project including coffee from Pegasing farm owned by Hendr family. The same coffee has undergone different processing methods. This one was processed with washed method.

Package: 300 g
Roasting date: 07.09.2021

Country: Indonesia
Region: Pegasing
Farm: Team Pegasing
Process: Washed
Variety: Tim Tim & Gayo 1
Altitude: 1300 - 1500 m a. s. l.
Brand: Father's Coffee Roastery
Package: 300 g
Country of origin: Indonesia
Whole bean / Ground Coffee: Whole bean
Arabica / Robusta: 100% Arabica
Process: Washed
Roast level: light
Brewing method: Pour over (Alternative brewing methods)
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