Ethiopia and Guatemala

Migration 5.1

From $18.75

5.1 is lively refreshing version for the hottest days of the year.

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We taste

soft floral, peach tea, mandarin

...in this coffee.

No doubt, things are heating up and we are hitting the hottest days of the year. No doubt, you may not be craving a steaming hot coffee as a mid-day pick me up. We get it and that’s why we created Migration 5.1 to be light, lively, sweet and refreshing – and a fantastic option for cold brew.

5.1 starts with a 75% base of a beautiful washed lot, Geta Bore, from the Agaro region of Ethiopia. This coffee lends florals, and the stone fruit – peach like notes. To this, we added 25% of our lovely current offering from the Huehuetenango region of Guatemala, Jauna Cruz. Juana’s coffee builds sweetness and lends a lively malic and citrus acidity. Together, you’ll find refreshing floral and peach tea notes with a crisp, sweet, lively finish. As always, don’t shy away from trying this blend on drip and espresso. Any way you brew it, you’ll find Migration 5.1 will hit the spot as a great summer blend.

Region
Region
Ethiopia, Guatemala
Flavors
Flavors
soft floral, peach tea, mandarin
Process
Process
washed process
Aromatics
Aromatics
floral
Acidity
Acidity
citrus
Sweetness
Sweetness
caramel
Producer
Producer
various
Altitude
Altitude
various
Varieties
Varieties
heirloom, caturra, catuai, bourbon, paches

Recommended Preparation

Espresso
In: 17.5g
Out: 33-35gout
Time: 23 - 25 sec
Kalita
In: 17.5g
Water: 305g
TDS: 1.35%
Ratio: 1:17.5

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Transparency Information

Green Cost Illustration
Green Cost
$5.18/lb.
Transportation Cost Illustration
Transportation Cost
$0.28/lb.
Production Cost Illustration
Production Cost
$5.74/lb.
Sweet Bloom Cost Illustration
Sweet Bloom Cost
$11.20/lb.

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