Father's Siruma Decaf Espresso

Father's Siruma Decaf Espresso

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Fruity & lively
Not subtle or delicate, your coffee is crisp and vibrant. You like the mouthfeel with the sharpness, strong body and fruity tones.
Acidity
Like a lively sparkle that adds a hint of sweetness and fruity flavor. It is what makes your taste buds tingle, reminiscent of biting into a crisp apple or sipping a tarty cherry juice. This lively trait brings coffee to life in a unique way.
Bitterness
Like a pinch of seasoning, bitterness enhances coffee’s complexity. It is a balancing act with too little, the coffee may taste overly sweet or tangy. Robusta beans are naturally more bitter than Arabica due to the higher levels of these compounds. Light-medium roasts offer a pleasant bitterness, while darker roasts yield a stronger, lingering bitter sensation. Keep in mind, that taste varies – what is bitter to you might be enjoyable to others.
Body
Refers to how a coffee feels in your mouth – it is like the weight and texture that you sense as you sip. Imagine it as the difference between whole milk feeling rich and creamy compared to skim milk feeling lighter. Body gives coffee a sense of substance and depth, making each sip a satisfying experience.
Sweetness
Coffee’s link to fruitiness isn’t always obvious, but the beans are loaded with carbs and amino acids inherited from the coffee cherry. When roasted, these carbs become the building blocks of sweetness, like the simple sugars found in fruits. Through the Maillard reaction (roasting), they transform into the cozy sweetness we enjoy, reminding us of the cherry’s natural flavours.
€19,05
€19,05
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€63,50  per  kg

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This is what Father's Coffee says about the producers and the cultivation of Siruma Decaf Espresso:

Siruma Decaf Espresso was provided by Siruma Coffee, a small local women-run producer of premium coffee. Last season, the association started a project to support around 220 families who make a living from growing coffee. It provides technical assistance in the region and offers training on harvesting and processing techniques. Each of the families involved produces around 17 sacks of green coffee per year. Thanks to Siruma's help in securing sales channels through our partner Falcon Coffees, all farmers received 9.5% more than the normal local market price for their coffee.

First, the coffee is processed using the classic washing process: the flesh is peeled from the cherries, fermented for 8-12 hours, washed and then dried for 14 days.
The coffee is first steamed at low pressure to remove the shells and then moistened with hot water to swell and soften the beans. This prepares the coffee for "caffeine hydrolysis," which involves washing it several times with the natural compound ethyl acetate, a by-product of sugar cane processing. This removes the caffeine from the beans.
At the end of this process, the coffee is stripped of the ethyl acetate residue by a low-pressure steam flow and transferred to vacuum drums, where it is dried to 10-12% moisture. It is then rapidly cooled with the help of fans and, in a final step, treated with natural carnauba wax to protect the beans from moisture loss and other external influences.

Father's Coffee also finds this worth mentioning:

Siruma Decaf Espresso comes from the municipality of Argelia in the southwest of the department of Cauca. The village is in an area that has been plagued by civil unrest and illegal drug trafficking for many years. The situation remains grim, but many local families are trying to make a living legally. Coffee growing is one of the few ways to do this.

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Taste Notes

Sugar-coated almonds, tangerines, lime

Producer

Siruma Coffee

Region

Cauca

Altitude

1700 - 2000 m

Processing

Washed

Bean Type

Arabica

Variety

mix of varieties

Roaster Address

The roasted coffee is produced and shipped by:
Father's Coffee Roastery sro
Mitrovická 128/66, 724 00 Ostrava - Stará Bělá, Czech Republic

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Further Info

This is what Father's Coffee says about the producers and the cultivation of Siruma Decaf Espresso:

Siruma Decaf Espresso was provided by Siruma Coffee, a small local women-run producer of premium coffee. Last season, the association started a project to support around 220 families who make a living from growing coffee. It provides technical assistance in the region and offers training on harvesting and processing techniques. Each of the families involved produces around 17 sacks of green coffee per year. Thanks to Siruma's help in securing sales channels through our partner Falcon Coffees, all farmers received 9.5% more than the normal local market price for their coffee.

First, the coffee is processed using the classic washing process: the flesh is peeled from the cherries, fermented for 8-12 hours, washed and then dried for 14 days.
The coffee is first steamed at low pressure to remove the shells and then moistened with hot water to swell and soften the beans. This prepares the coffee for "caffeine hydrolysis," which involves washing it several times with the natural compound ethyl acetate, a by-product of sugar cane processing. This removes the caffeine from the beans.
At the end of this process, the coffee is stripped of the ethyl acetate residue by a low-pressure steam flow and transferred to vacuum drums, where it is dried to 10-12% moisture. It is then rapidly cooled with the help of fans and, in a final step, treated with natural carnauba wax to protect the beans from moisture loss and other external influences.

Father's Coffee also finds this worth mentioning:

Siruma Decaf Espresso comes from the municipality of Argelia in the southwest of the department of Cauca. The village is in an area that has been plagued by civil unrest and illegal drug trafficking for many years. The situation remains grim, but many local families are trying to make a living legally. Coffee growing is one of the few ways to do this.

Taste Notes

Sugar-coated almonds, tangerines, lime

Producer

Siruma Coffee

Region

Cauca

Altitude

1700 - 2000 m

Processing

Washed

Bean Type

Arabica

Variety

mix of varieties

Roaster Address

The roasted coffee is produced and shipped by:
Father's Coffee Roastery sro
Mitrovická 128/66, 724 00 Ostrava - Stará Bělá, Czech Republic

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