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Sumatra's indigenous coffee-processing technique involved removal of the bean from its parchment-like shell while still wet; it creates lower-acid, less clearly fruity coffees with big body. This coffee breaks that mold with a deliciously sweet and heavy stone-fruit character. It's called triple pick because it is laborious hand-sorted three times to remove defects. Tasting notes: plum jam, chocolate, gingerbread, cedar, fruitier than many sumatras. Processing Method: Wet-hulled.
The past decade has seen peru rise to power as one of the fastest growing coffee producers, both in size, and in quality. Rutas del incas was founded in 2013 with just 33 members and has grown to 258 highly dedicated workers in just a few short years. This years crop blew us all away and we immediately locked down as much as we could. Artis coffee is proud to offer this fair trade and organic coffee from peru's, ruta del inca. With its dry aroma of sweet blackberry and honey dew melon, leading into a intriguing, yet approachable cup, that continues on with the balanced brightness and sweetness of concord grapes and a bergamot. This is not a coffee you want to miss. Processing method: washed.
As coffee producers, the gedeo zone of the yirgacheffe district of ethiopia, continues on like an old reliable friend. Always there for you, and always a pleasure to have around. With this natural processed coffee, ripe cherries are transported from farms to the kebel aricha mill where they are sorted and placed on raised drying beds in thin layers, for the ethiopian Sun to do its work. During the first few days, the cherries are turned every 2-3 hours to avoid over fermentation and mold growth. Weather dependent, 4 - 6 weeks later the beans are de-hulled and transported in parchment to addis adaba, the capital of ethiopia, where they are milled prior to export. This seasons offering returns with an in your face fruit flavor. Blueberry and strawberry notes are apparent even before the coffee is ground. Upon grinding you will find a delicate balance of nougat and chocolate on the nose. The real treat is the transformation in brewing. This coffees taste is one of the most well rounded we
Designed with harmony and sweet melodies in mind. Like a dark chocolate milkshake, the opus espresso combines abundant sweetness from full dry-processed brazilian coffee, the heft and cocoa of sumatra, and a grace note of fruitiness from a washed American coffee. Tasting notes: sweet milk chocolate, vanilla, bing cherries. Mix of processes, elevations, and roast levels.
Another gem from huehuetenango in the guatemalan highlands. These coffees are prized for their clarity and brightness. The palhu is a clean coffee, but is a bit punchier and riper in flavor than many huehues. Tasting notes: black mission figs, blackberries, medium-bodied. Processing method: washed.
Kimel estates is one of two highly professionalized coffee plantations in the highlands of papua new guinea. The farm has ideal growing conditions and complete control over processing in their own facility. This peaberry exemplifies the sweet, mild, round. Tasting notes: dense, syrupy sweet, milk chocolate, with hints of dried fruit and licorice. Processing method: washed.
Coffee farmers have been growing in the northern highlands of malawi since the 1930s, but we rarely see their coffee here. With the help of the mzuzu cooperative, that is changing. The cup reminds one of kenyans; very distinct and with a sturdy backbone. But where kenyans range from grape to tomato, the mzuzu has spiced apple cider and bay laurel. Tasting notes: clean, deep fruit acidity, hints cedar and strong mineralogy. Processing method: washed. Medium roast.
Colombia! The transition this county has been undertaking is amazing. As many farmers have turned their back on coca farming to pursue sustainable and legitimate farmer practices, the level of quality coffee has gone through the roof. Co-ops and micro lots are popping up faster than importers can meet and greet them. In the early days of artis coffee, this popayan was a top seller for us, but this season it has undergone an extra step in the process. Now it comes to us as a water processed decaffeinated coffee. This welcoming and approachable coffee will take you in and help you forget that it has undergone the decaffeination process. With it's caramel and cocoa notes it is a truly delightful cup. For our friends who prefer decaffeinated coffee or creating a half-caf blend of coffee, this is a wonderful option filled with flavor and an incredibly clean finish.
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