Klatch Coffee – WBC World’s Best Espresso

 

Klatch CoffeeWorld’s Best Espresso

Best Espresso in the world. World’s Best Espresso was awarded Best Espresso in World at 2007 World Barista Championship in Tokyo, Japan. The competition espresso won the honor over 45 competing countries. World’s Best features three legendary beans, Brazil Yellow Bourbon, Sumatra Lake Tawar, and Ethiopian Natural. Each roasted separately then blended together for peak flavor.

On our standard WBC, your first taste is chocolate and citrus with orange being the prominent citrus. Your second and final sip will turn syrupy sweet with wine like berry and spice adding to the mix.

 

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EXTRACTION RECOMMENDATIONS
DOSE: 20 grams [ double ]
TEMPERATURE: 203 degrees
TIME: 26 – 28 seconds
VOLUME: 1.7 – 2.0 oz

REGION: Global
VARIETAL: Various
FARM: Various
ALTITUDE: Varies
FARMER: Various
ROAST: Medium
NOTES:Awarded World’s Best Espresso

Now available at www.emerycoffee.com

Comments and questions are welcome below.

Photos courtesy Klatch Coffee.

 

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Sulawesi PT Toarco – Beansmith Coffee

 

Photos courtesy of Beansmith Coffee.

Coffee was introduced to Indonesia in 1699 and by 1711 was being exported to Europe. Indonesia, which includes Java of the famed “Mocha Java” blend featuring coffee from Yemen and Java, has an ideal geography for coffee plantations. The low acidity and strong body of Indonesian coffees makes them ideal for such blends.

The island group also produces unique micro-climates for the coffee. Sulawesi soil, for example, is rich in iron content which affects the coffee flavor.

Wikipedia describes Sulawesi coffees as, “… clean and sound in the cup. They generally display nutty or warm spice notes, like cinnamon or cardamom. Hints of black pepper are sometimes found. Their sweetness, as with most Indonesian coffees, is closely related to the body of the coffee. The after-taste coats the palate on the finish and is smooth and soft.”

 

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THIS COFFEE
Flavor: Transparent and citric with caramel, green grape and floral flavors.

Origin: TOARCO owns Pedamaran Plantation at 900 – 1250 masl and purchases wet-parchment (at 40% moisture) from small producers at 1200 – 1800 masl. Coffee is trucked to Pedamaran Plantation immediately and coffee gets dried on patios at their mill facilities. If a producer wants to sell their parchment coffee to TOARCO they need to get certified to their standards as far as selective-picking, storage, transportation, moisture levels, etc. Farmers are issued ID cards that allow them to sell their coffee at various purchasing points in the Tana Toraja region during the market of the week. This coffee comes from small producers at the higher altitude areas.

Now available at Emery Coffee.

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