Jazzy Max

Funky & Jammy

Regular price
£9.90
Regular price
Sale price
£9.90

Hints of: Grapefruit, Black Tea, Mixed Berries

Grown in: Peru & Ethiopia

Best suited for: Filter + Espresso

Jazzy Max

 

Our resident Naturally Processed blend. Ideal for those who like their daily cup packed with ripe fruity flavours.

Featuring a seasonal selection of the most unique coffees from our favourite producers around the world, Jazzy Max works well for filter brewing and for those who like a fruity espresso.

Jazzy Max currently features coffees produced in Peru & Ethiopia, creating a blend that showcases the best of each origin. We're talking Grapefruit, Black Tea and Mixed Berry tasting notes.


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Jazzy Max features wonderful beans from East Africa and Latin America, in a blend that showcases the best of each origin. Two extraordinary origins are blended in this version of Jazzy Max, Peru and Ethiopia.


We chose a lot produced in Jaen, region of Cajamarca, Peru, a country with unique geographical features including the high altitude of the Andes, volcanic soil, and tropical rainfall: a prime location for harvesting high-quality Arabica as good as its neighbouring countries.


Thanks to the work of the exporting company (Falcon) many post-harvest practices have improved, and with an established Quality Control lab in Jaen, farmers can analyse their coffee and taste it on many occasions for the first time, creating a fair pricing system.

This particular bean is characterised for its fruitiness, with notes of blueberries and plums.


The second component is sourced from Ethiopia, from one of the most famous regions for the quality of their beans: Yirgacheffe. Located in the Gedeo zone of the Gedeb District, Chelbesa is one of the finest coffee produced in the area.


Known for its dense layered semi-forest vegetation structure encompassing fruit trees and shade-grown coffee trees, Chelbesa is a great example of the best coffee-growing agroecology.


This lot has been put together with the production of 495 smallholders farmers delivering their cherries to the mill, in the area, the most common type of soil is red-brown, a particularly fertile type that provides the beans exceptional notes of black cherries and blackberries.