Drying machines at the farm don’t use fossil fuels and only need moderate electric energy for their operation avoiding greenhouse gas emissions. The processes applied to all the coffees start with a careful and strict selection, sterilization and coffee cherry profiling. Subsequently, the first controlled anaerobic fermentation phase initiates, by adding a specific microorganism for each process. Later on, the coffee is pulped and then subject to a second fermentation phase. When the second fermentation phase is done, a thermal shock process is carried out through hot and cold-water shots in an effort to improve and boost the organoleptic characteristics of the coffee.
We paid Macarena: 24.19CAD/KG
Roasted Costs: 27.81CAD/KG