Granja Paraiso 92 | Sidra

The origins of Sidra are mysterious. Once thought to be a cross between Red Bourbon and Typica, genetic testing of some Sidra plants revealed similarities to Ethiopian Heirloom Varieties - which makes sense given their common floral forward profiles.

Granja Paraiso '92 has processed this coffee with their double-anaerobic thermal shock method, in which the coffee fruit, after having been first sanitized with ozone, undergoes two stages of fermentation. First, the whole cherries are submerged under water for 48 hours, then the beans are pulped and fermented with a strain of Lactobacillus for 24 hours. After fermentation, the beans are given a “thermal shock” using hot and cold rinses to help the beans absorb the fermentation metabolites and halt any further fermentation. Afterward, the washed parchment coffee is rapidly dried with an in-house designed Eco-Enigma dehumidifying dryer to avoid over-oxidation or continued fermentation.
The origins of Sidra are mysterious. Once thought to be a cross between Red Bourbon and Typica, genetic testing of some Sidra plants revealed similarities to Ethiopian Heirloom Varieties - which makes sense given their common floral forward profiles.

Granja Paraiso '92 has processed this coffee with their double-anaerobic thermal shock method, in which the coffee fruit, after having been first sanitized with ozone, undergoes two stages of fermentation. First, the whole cherries are submerged under water for 48 hours, then the beans are pulped and fermented with a strain of Lactobacillus for 24 hours. After fermentation, the beans are given a “thermal shock” using hot and cold rinses to help the beans absorb the fermentation metabolites and halt any further fermentation. Afterward, the washed parchment coffee is rapidly dried with an in-house designed Eco-Enigma dehumidifying dryer to avoid over-oxidation or continued fermentation.

Coffee origin

Country
Columbia
Region
Cauca
Variety
sidra
Altitude
1900 m
Farm
Granja Paraiso '92
Producer
Wilton Benitez
Roast level
Light
Process
double anaerobic, washed

Tastes like

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rose
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mandarine
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grapefruit
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nectarine
🥛
cream

Community reviews

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4.5 Outstanding

1 Review

Janic 🤖 | 😍 4.5 Outstanding
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Best coffee I had this year so far. Very unique taste. Brewed by Hana at White Heron.
May 18, 2024