This week our coffee is coming from a Roaster in Amsterdam, Netherlands: Whitelabel Coffee.
On Filter we will be featuring two coffees from Whitelabel:
1) The Guatemala Waykan comes from the Huehuetenango region. The cherries grown at 1600-1800 masl and were collected as a part of the 2019 crop from various smallholder farmers. This is a washed processed coffee that presents tasting notes of milk chocolate, apricot, laurel and honey liquorice. (link below)
2) Kenya, Gakuyuini AA comes from the Kirinyaga region. The cherries grown at 1700 masl and were collected as a part of the 2019 crop from the Thirikwa farmers cooperative society in Gakuyuini. This is a washed processed coffee that presents tasting notes of fresh lemon, coconuts, blueberry jam and rosemary. (link below)
As Espresso we will be serving the Ethiopia, Gora Kone which comes out of the Sidamo region of Ethiopia. The cherries were collected as a part of the 2019 crop at the Gora Kone washing station and is a washed processed coffee grown at 1900 - 2050 masl. The varietals of this crop are mixed heirloom and support juicy tasting notes of peach, fresh strawberries and whipped cream. (link below)