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Zimbabwe Pezuru AA

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    Cup Characteristics

    Winey, lingering acidity. Notes of sweet tea, citrus, caramel, sweeter and creamier as cools.

    Tasting notes 

    Region –  Eastern Highlands
    Growing Altitude – 1100-1300 m.a.s.l.
    Arabica Variety – Catimor & Caturra
    Typical Harvest Period – May–October 
    Milling Process – Washed, Sun-Dried
    Aroma – Nutty, Citrus
    Flavour  - Currant, Sweet Tea
    Body – Full 
    Acidity – Winey 

    Why not take advantage of this great offer before it goes? You can only buy these two bags for £15.95 until stocks last, so place an order for some today to avoid missing out!



    The Pezuru Estate totals 294 hectares, with a quarter of the farm still under natural forest.   It is a multipurpose estate with only 45 hectares growing coffee, the first seedlings being planted in 1962.  Its location adjacent to the Chiremba Dam, which is fed by small streams and acts as a general catchment area from the surrounding hills,  provides support for the irrigation of coffee during the long May to October dry season and also provides bass and bream fishing for the local community.

    The Pezuru Estate possesses sandy and loamy soil and is located at an altitude of 1,100 to 1,300 masl.  While not  high by many origin standards, the relatively extreme degree of longitude (32.5 degrees south) provides a climate equivalent to 1,600 masl.

    This coffee is a mixture of Catimor and Caturra varieties, from which the harvested coffee is blended to provide a uniform quality. The quality of farm management leads to meticulous standards for ripe cherry-picking and processing, ensuring quality of cup.   The hand-picking and wet processing of the coffee occurs at the farm’s onsite pulpery, with sun drying on trellis platforms. The dry milling, grading, and preparation for export are all done on the farm as well.

    These coffee's work fantastically well in all brewing equipment, including espresso / cappuccino machines, cafetiere pots, paper / metal filter brewers, and Turkish brewers.

    Why The Coffee Bean Shop?

    All of our coffee is freshly roasted by us at our traditional family run coffee roastery in rural Kent. You will receive a bag of coffee that is very much a premium product, where the aromas and flavours will be exceptionally delicious and remarkably better than what you may be used to from the supermarket.

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