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Koki Supernatural *Rare*
Koki Supernatural *Rare*
Koki Supernatural *Rare*
Koki Supernatural *Rare*
Offshoot Coffee

Koki Supernatural *Rare*

Regular price 26.00 0.00 Unit price per
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Mango, Grenadine, Candied Orange
Country: Ethiopia
Region: Guji, Uraga
Process: Supernatural
Variety: Heirloom
Elevation: 1950-2300masl
Uraga washing station is the epitome of the Ethiopian coffee experience;
spectacular views of the surrounding mountains from the ridge upon which Uraga is located.
Every lot delivered to this station is sorted with meticulous precision so that only the most perfect red cherries are selected.
Supernatural process encompasses a variety of experimental techniques, many of which have been learnt from Project Origin’s years of Carbonic Maceration trials.
Coffee cherries are picked perfectly ripe, hand sorted and floated to remove unripe and over-ripe cherries.
The cherries are then stacked in thick piles to increase temperature, which helps to intensify sweetness and fruit qualities,
while being shade-dried to maintain better control over the drying process.
During this time the cherries are also turned over every few hours to ensure that just the right amount of fermentation occurs within the fruit.
Around 3-5 days later, the piles are thinned out to assist the reduction in moisture content during the day,
before being stacked again and covered in plastic sheets (like a cocoon) to maintain warmer temperatures in the fruit for a few hours into the evening.
This process continues for around 6-12 days, before a more standard process for natural coffees takes place; leaving the cherries spread out more thinly and dried for between 15-25 days.
Through this extensive process, Project Origin are better able to create unique flavour experiences and enhance different qualities in different lots,
along with a few crazy and experimental ideas that they’d like to test out from time to time!