Fazenda is proud to be offering two very special Reserve coffees that are featured until the end of August. See below to learn a little bit more about each and make sure to secure your favorite before time runs out!
The first Reserve coffee that we are offering for the months of July/August is Jampit Estate from East Java, Indonesia.
Java is home to some of the first commercial coffee — with the first plantations started by the Dutch in 1699. In fact, the location is so synonymous with the production of coffee, that a cup is often called a “cup of java” —a phrase that has become popular all around the world.
The Jampit Estate is located in the eastern highlands of Java and it is one of four government run estates that produce coffee. Our Reserve coffee is a mixture of Java typica and catimor derived cultivars. It is handpicked by the local community — many of whom live in villages situated within the farm itself.
Coffee from the Jampit Estate has excellent body and a sweet earthiness accompanied by round fruit notes that make this one of our favorite coffees.
If you want to try a light roast that has a sweet and full-bodied flavor that reveals notes of chocolate and spice with a sweet, creamy finish, visit our site and try a bag for yourself.
Java Jampit Estate
Indonesia Light Roast
Origin: East Java, Indonesia
Process: Washed and Sun-dried
The second Reserve coffee that we are offering for the months of July/August is El Indio from San Marcos de Tarrazu. This light roast has a rich and balanced flavor with berry and vanilla hints that give way to a gratifying body of creamy cocoa.
San Marcos de Tarrazu, the capital city of the canton of Tarrazu, is located in the province of San Jose in Costa Rica. Local farmers of San Marcos starting harvesting coffee in the 1890’s and the location is still known today for its production of high quality coffee.
Our Reserve coffee, El Indio, is a classic Tarrazu coffee — with a special preparation in which 15 microlot shareholders send their coffee to Hacienda La Minita for processing. The finished blend highlights the best qualities of San Marcos. This preparation is the result of a single day of fruit production at peak harvest — only the ripest fruit is accepted. The process is so stringent in fact, that only 20% of the grains are accepted from the processed fruit.
If you’re looking for an outstanding cup of coffee, this is the blend for you. It is truly special — and limited in quantity so, order online today.
Costa Rica Light Roast
Origin: San Marcos de Tarrazu
Varietals: Caturra, Typica, Catuai, Villa Sarchi
Process: Naturally fermented, fully washed and mechanically dried