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Pacamara Thermoshock Double Ferment Micro lot

Pacamara Thermoshock Double Ferment Micro lot

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Variety: Pacamara

Farm: Granja Paraiso 92

Region: Cauca, Colombia

Process: Double Anaerobic Ferment with Yeast and Thermoshock

 

Tasting Notes: Apricot, Cola, Blackcurrant 

Wilton Benitez has been a very popular producer and renowned coffee innovator.
Wilton also happens to hold the incredible world record of having the longest ever coffee fermentation process (a whopping 1440hrs).

The Pacamara varietal is a hybrid of both the Pacas varietal and the Maragogipe varietal and is a medium yielding crop that best performs when grown in higher altitudes. Pacamara coffee varietal is known for its juicy citrus acidity which is particularly present in this coffee.

 

Brand: Basic Barista

SKU:BB-THERMO-PACAMARA-200G-RED

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