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This rotating subscription showcases 85+ scoring coffee beans from the world’s most outstanding organic coffee producers. Each coffee is as unique as the terroir in which they are nurtured. This collection rotates on a slower, bi-monthly cycle as these unique coffees are, understandably, rarer.
Organic India Gems
marmalade / plum / toffee
Eco Score 85/10
Smooth, sweet and very moreish. This delicately balanced coffee mixes sweet marmalade notes with the subtle sharpness of plum.
Easily one of the best coffee beans we’ve ever had the privilege of roasting here at Apostle.
‘India Gems of Araku’ showcases the very best of organic coffee from India, with its production taking place on small and scattered plots averaging 1-2 acres per family.
This coffee is produced in Paderu Mandal. Cherries are collected and brought to a centralised coffee processing unit that accepts the beans only within 10 hours of harvesting. It goes through an initial 18-21 hour fermentation before being washed and dried using a number of raised beds. It then rests for 180 days in parchment before being hulled and bagged for shipment. Any coffee on the raised beds overnight is covered with a light cotton cloth to protect from moisture in the air.
Altitude: 900 – 1350m
Harvest: November – December
Species: Coffea Arabica
Varietal: Sln5, Sln9
Certification: Fairtrade, Organic
SCA score: 85
brazil nuts / black fruits / brown sugar
This Organic Peruvian Coffee is a rich and complex coffee with sweet brown sugar notes that make for a superb coffee with or without milk.
Grown at altitudes of 2100m makes for an exceptional coffee bean and this is the very best coffee Peru has to offer.
With sweet and silky characteristics that are beautifully balanced by pleasing forest fruit flavours this is a coffee like no other.
This Organic Peruvian Coffee is sourced from the terroir of Palma Centra, near the San Andres waterfalls, sitting at 2100 meters above sea level.
The terroir of Palma Central is located in the province of Jaén in the Cajamarca region of Peru, situated in the extreme north and stretching to the Ecuadorian border.
Farmed and hand-picked on coffee plots of less than 2 hectares, this is exceptional coffee produced at very low volumes and only to the very highest specialty standard.
Profile: Brazil Nuts, Black Fruits Brown Sugar
Country of Origin: Peru
Coffee Species: Arabica
Varietal: Typica, Bourbon, Caturra
Altitude: 1800 – 2100m
Harvest period: April to July
Process: Fully Washed
Drying: Sun Dried on Patios
SCA Score: 85