NEW: Ready-to-drink cold brew from the best coffee beans in the world.
Cold Brew has been a very appreciated beverage at Pista for several years. Here is the ready-to-drink version that combines our know-how and our specialty coffees to provide you with a high quality beverage. No preservatives or additives. Only good coffee, water and time!
12 x 1L
|Farm||Green Spring, Ture Waji et Mike Mamo|
|Notes||Tropical fruits, blackcurrant, earl grey|
This year, Pista is offering you a second batch of natural Ethiopian coffee! Sweet, fruity and super fun, we love these coffees and we know you will too!
This coffee comes from the Uraga region in southern Ethiopia. We owe it to the new collaboration between two friends and collaborators of Café Pista, Ture Waji and Mike Mamo. Ture is an outstanding producer to whom we owe the Bookkisa, while Mike has been our import partner for Ethiopia for several years. Together, Ture and Mike created the company Green Spring, located in the village of Uraga. There, they harvest the cherries from dozens of producers in the region, all located at an extraordinary altitude of 2300 meters. Once harvested, the cherries are sorted and dried to give one of the best natural coffee that we have been given to roast. Ture's know-how in coffee production and Mike's expertise in quality control come together perfectly to form a dream team. We are especially proud to be one of the first roasters to be able to offer this coffee. This collaboration was made possible thanks to our import partner Osito Coffee.
Sonkolle Kallato is hand picked at full maturity, at an altitude of 2300m, between the months of November and February. It is then rigorously sorted to remove overripe or underripe cherries, before being stretched out on high beds. On these beds, the cherries form a mat no more than 4 cm thick and are turned 6 times a day to optimize air circulation. They are thus dried in the sun for a period ranging from 21 to 28 days before being mechanically pulped. Sonkolle Kallato consists of varieties 74110 (Gibirinna) and 74112 (Serto). These two varieties were selected by the JARC (Jimma Agricultural Research Center) in 1979 for their resistance to certain diseases, as well as for their high sensory potential.
Original price paid (FOB)$3.60 usd/lb vs C-Market à $1.19 usd/lb
Partnership1 year via Osito Coffee
Lot size20 x 60 kg
Lot quality88/100 Score SCA