June's subscription reveal

June's subscription reveal

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”For the last 4 years we have been deepening our relationship with the team at Cafe Granja la Esperanza. Obviously they excel in bringing exotic Ethiopian varieties to Colombia. Previously they have produced (and we have roasted their) Gesha, Sudan Rume and Sidra. 


Now it’s time to fully explore yet another Ethiopian variety - the Java!

When we bought this coffee, we had a subscription exclusive in mind. The history of this coffee variety, rigorous picking and handling on the farm with the drying techniques makes this the perfect competition coffee and suits our subscribers and coffee geeks and pros perfectly.
The coffee that we will release as a subscription exclusive is the Java Natural Anaerobic from our friends at Café Granja La Esperanza in Colombia. 
The coffee has gone through a very selective and careful picking. Coffee cherries are collected at the ”Grape” maturation stage for more sweetness and complexity. This is followed by 7 days of fermentation in anaerobic form in sealed tanks. 
After fermentation, the coffee is dried in silo to dehydrate the cherries for about 24 hours at an average temperature of 37 °C. Later, the cherries are moves to a parabolic sun dryer for about 20 days. The coffee is left to rest in a temperature controlled warehouse (between 18 °C – 19 °C) for a period of 3 months before being shipped to us in Stockholm, Sweden.
In the aroma you will find soft florals and sweet citrus, in the cup you will find fruity cocoa, plums, sweet citrus, a crisp acidity and a hugely complex and well-structured cup. 
Country: Colombia
Department: Valle del Cauca
Municipality: Trujillo
Total Crop Area: 2.8 ha
Rainfall: 1.526 mm/year
Farm: La Esperanza
Variety: Java
Process: Natural Anaerobic
Altitude: 1.430-1.760 masl
Humidity: 80-85%
Temperature: 20C-23C

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James Reynardi
James Reynardi

Dear Standout Coffee Team,

I am James Reynardi, and I would like to introduce myself as the owner of CV. Global Alam Indo, located in Jl. Baratajaya 19 No. 50 of Surabaya, East Java, Indonesia, and we are established in April 2022. Our company works at local quality natural produce from Indonesia, especially coffee production, ranging from a diverse selection of organic certified Arabica and Robusta coffee beans farmed all over Indonesia, from Sabang to Merauke. Working with us is always the right choice as we farm sustainably, carefully selected coffee, and process it to hand you only the finest quality of coffee whilst protecting our hardworking farmers’ welfare. Our specialty Indonesian coffee is farmed in quality farms with excellent cupping score and is ready to be processed into smooth, fragrant coffee with fine color for your daily cup. Due to the fluctuative price of coffee, we also provide full service in helping you select great coffee with the best price catered to your preference as your satisfaction is our top priority.

Coincidentally, we found your website shares similar collections and aspirations to ours. So, it would be great if we could try to supply our products to your company. For your quick reference of our company and products, here you could find the attached brief company profile: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1Yx5B1ghjZNxenpJbcavWL2HEd3kClD76?usp=sharing,
or pay a visit to our website at www.globalalamindo.com to learn more about our products.

Thank you for your kind attention to our introductory email and kindly give us your feedback comment after reviewing our company profile.


James Reynardi
Chief Executive Officer


CV. Global Alam Indo

Jl. Baratajaya 19 No. 50, Surabaya, East Java, Indonesia




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