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Colombia Granja Paraiso 92 Geisha Koji Fermentation

Colombia Granja Paraiso 92 Geisha Koji Fermentation

Regular price HK$254.00
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Origin:  Colombia
Region: Cauca
Farm:Wilton Benitez
FarmerGranja Paraiso 92
Variety Geisha
Altitude 1,700 - 1,900 masl
Processing: Koji Fermentation
Our Impression: Raspberry | Basil | Vanilla | Pineapple | Brown Sugar

What is Koji Fermentation?

Koji is a fungus that are widely used in producing well known Japaness products like sake, amazake, miso, and other umami products. In terms of coffee processing, Koji is added during the drying phase. It will break down the larger sugar into simpler one to better reserve sugar content while other processing method will break down around 70% sugar into acid in coffee . The result, is heavier body, refined acidity, fruiter aroma and intensified flavours in the cup.

About Granja Paraíso 92

Finca El Paraíso-92 is a family owned coffee farm dedicated in producing superior coffee through innovative cultivation systems. They have their own microbiology laboratory and quality laboratory to help them carry out their adventurous thoughts on unique coffee processing like thermal shock, Koji Fermentation. From the field of coffee farming to specialty coffee championship, Finca El Paraíso-92 has earned multiple awards which can best show their effort in coffee cultivating and processing.

.Whole Bean Coffee: 168g
・Current stock within 14 days of roasting or reserve for the next batch.


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