This is our darkest [but not dark, oily & roasty] Espresso Blend. 70% Paulo Cézar Caldeira Ângelo, Brasil & 30% Argemiro Nuñez, Colombia.

As a flat white Dulce is sweet with flavours of milk chocolate & caramel. As a black coffee, you’ll find dark chocolate & roasted almonds. 

About the farmers

Argemiro Vargas Nuñez — Colombia

Finca La Falda is a 13 hectare farm located in Timaná, Colombia. The farmer, Argemiro Vargas Nuñez, was born & raised in the area where the farm is located. Argemiro is passionate about coffee. He studied agricultural business administration, then worked for the Colombian Coffee-growers Federation [FNC] for almost 30 years. During this time he purchased La Falda.

Argemiro grows two coffee cultivars on the farm, Caturra & V. Colombia. During the harvest, Argemiro selectively hand-picks the coffee, each tree is picked from numerous times as the cherries ripen. The cherries are de-pulped, fermented, washed, then dried in parabolic driers [much like a green house, covered but open at each end to allow the air to flow through] for up to three weeks.

  • region Timaná
  • farm/farmer La Falda / Argemiro Vargas Nuñez
  • altitude 1490–1850m
  • crop 2022–23
  • cultivar V. Colombia, Caturra
  • process Washed, sun-dried

Caturra is a mutation of Bourbon, discovered in Brasil in 1937. It is a compact plant & very productive but susceptible to disease. V. Colombia was bred from Catimor in 1985, it is highly resistant to disease & has good productivity.

Paulo Cézar Caldeira Ângelo — Brasil

Fazenda Morro Grande was founded by Shigeo Hayakawa in 1971. The second owner Paulo Cézar Caldeira Ângelo purchased the farm 1976. The farm has its own water supply & a large rainforest reserve set aside.

  • region Cerrado Mineiro
  • farm/farmer Fazenda Morro Grande
  • altitude 1220
  • crop 2022
  • cultivar Mundo Novo
  • process Natural

Mundo Novo is a natural cross between Bourbon & Typica cultivars found in Mineiros do Tiete, Sao Paulo, Brasil. Seeds from the original coffee plants were planted in Novo Mundo, today called Urupês, giving it the name Mundo Novo. First discovered in 1943, the first selections of Mundo Novo, were selected between 1943 and 1952. The cultivar has been distributed to farmers since 1952. Mundo Novo is a very tall tree, highly productive but susceptible to disease.

Brew guide

  1. Black

    • dose 18g
    • Brew weight 40g
    • Brew time 25–35 seconds
  2. White

    • dose 18.5g
    • Brew weight 22–27g
    • Brew time 25–35 seconds

To develop our blend we start with fresh coffee samples, we roast them in our 20's Probat sample roaster then line them up on the cupping table, we look for coffee that has a good deal of natural sweetness, we may find tropical fruit note in a Colombian, citrus in a Burundi or dark fruity chocolate & creamy body in a Brasil. When the coffee lands we work out a suitable roasting profile, then roast fresh every day, Monday to Friday. We find our espresso best from the 5th day to 2 weeks after roasting so buy little & buy often.

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