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Timor Leste – Hibrido de Timor & Typica W

East Timor is one of the world’s youngest countries, gaining independence from Indonesia in 2002.
Timor-Leste currently faces enormous economic upheaval, as its oil reserves begin to run dry.
In a country whose economy is traditionally dominated by oil companies, coffee is a growing sector, aiming to be a sustainable, conscious alternative for East Timor.

The organization through which we bring this coffee from is a NPO that works with complete transparency.
After several years of assimilating knowledge, mechanisation and improved work methods, the coffee reached grade levels above 80+.
Increasing and maintaining the quality of coffee increases the demand and the price and guarantees proper payment for the growers.

Washing process takes place in 2 different stations - following 24h fermentation in the higher station where the humidity is high, the beans are dried again in the lower altitude station.
These beans produces a balanced cup with moderate acidity, caramel sweetness and full body.
  • Whole Beans / Grind:
  • Variety: Hibrido de Timor & Typica
  • Process: WASHED
  • Producer: Mota Bandeira
  • Farm: Raimutin Community Mill
  • Region: Ermera
  • Altitude: 1700-1800m
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  • Acidity:
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