Hiro. Guatemala, Ricardo Zelaya, borboncito, NTRL
$ 21.50 – $ 141.00
winey & tropical
Specific coffee origin traceability below.
Current notes – plum, gamay, poached pear
Currently – Guatemala, Ricardo Zelaya, borboncito
The Borboncito varietal is a mutation, but a super tasty one. This natural version is sorted by the pickers for under and over-ripes before going into the wet mill. Next, floaters are separated. Dried for 15-25 days, very slowly, moving the coffee daily every 30 minutes.
natural process, 1600-1830m, borboncito, 15-25 days drying, rotated every 30 minutes, imported by Billy @ West Coast