250g bag of Speciality Roasted Ground Coffee. Roast date: FEB 2021.
Ethical: from Copan, Honduras
TASTE NOTES: Apricot Brandy, Mango, Syrupy.
Process: Macerated Natural
Each bag is heat sealed, with a one-way valve to release gases but prevent air intake. The bag has a reseal mechanism too.
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This variety of Artistry Coffee is ethically selected and roasted by Redemption Roasters.
NOTE: from each bag 50p is donated to raise money for the Honduran Relief Fund
in the aftermath of Hurricanes Eta and Iota (both Nov 2020).
Pedro Joel Fiallos is a producer who started picking and pruning coffee in order to save enough money to buy some land for himself. Starting eventually with a one hectare plot he has gradually managed over the years to add more parcels of land. From a small start he is now able to earn a living from coffee and was a founder member of the Aruco cooperative. He remains a valuable source of advice and assistance to newer producers.
This coffee is described as 'deliciously boozy' with loads of full sweetness, a big syrupy body and soft maltic acidity - bringing to mind a sweet fruity whiskey, apricot brandy, or peach scnapps.
NOTE: Ground to a Cafetiere grind (coarser).
MULTI-BUY discounts are available when you buy more than 1 bag of coffee - mix and match across the beans too. Add to your cart and review the discount!
Redemption Roasters commenced operations in Aylesbury Young Offenders Prison with a mission to help reduce re-offending rates by skilling up the young people to help them find jobs and reintegrate into society. They are trained in competition-level barista skills.
The project has now expanded to 9 prisons and now also has an enlarged roastery facility in HMP The Mount near Hemel Hempstead.
Small batches of beans are expertly roasted led by a Head Roaster and Assistant Roaster who also train professional roasting skills. So not only is the coffee ethically sourced but the roasting process is socially responsible too.