Ratnagiri Estate: Lot #21/15 [Pan-India]

Best brewed with

A true omni-roast

Please note that the best brewed with list is not comprehensive and
does not dictate that the coffees cannot be brewed with any other methods. These are the the methods we think will extract the best possible cup. However, this coffee can be ground and enjoyed with
any brew method that you desire.

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Cuppers notes

Ratnagiri Estate's Lot #21/15 is a washed coffee that has gone through a (average) 30 hour anaerobic fermentation process. What this remarkable washed coffee departs with in the cup, is a distinctly maple syrup sweetness, a pecan pie nuttiness and a subtle apricot-esque finish. A great coffee for everyday use. Distinctly complex yet reliable.

About the estate

Steeped in rich history, Ratnagiri Estate emerges from India's Western Ghats region of Karnataka.

Ratnagiri translates to ‘Pearl Mountains.’

We’re honored that Ratnagiri Estate has bestowed some of their most intricately processed coffees upon us from their 2020 harvest. This despite immense challenges for them to achieve the immense quality they are known for as exporters given logistical nightmares that have accompanied the advent of Covid-19.

Let’s get a little geeky: Ratnagiri Estate is a biodynamic farm-a holistic, ecological and ethical approach to farming where the soil conditions wherein the coffee plants are grown are treated with the same precision and care as a winery would its vineyard- essentially the concept of ‘terroir’ as applied to coffee. It is also a Rainforest Alliance Certified farm and is home to 48 bird species, monkeys, leopards, wild boar, tigers and mongoose. Pepper is also ‘intercropped’ with the coffee plants at
the farm.

A ‘lot’ of coffee can broadly be considered as coffee cherries harvested
in one day of the same genetic strain-varietal- collected within 60 feet altitude variation, and processed the same way.

Each ‘lot’ we receive from Ratnagiri will have its own individual roast profile, corresponding set of cupper’s tasting notes, and its own graphic on our Ratnagiri Estate labels.

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