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Panama Paso Ancho Carmen Estate SHB E/p 100% Arabica Fresh Roasted Coffee Beans

Panama Paso Ancho Carmen Estate SHB E/p 100% Arabica Fresh Roasted Coffee Beans

Regular price $57.00 CAD
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Roast Profile

Remember to store properly. Brew & Enjoy!

Please store properly in an air-tight container, away from light, moisture, extreme temperatures, & oxygen. Once the beans are transferred into an air-tight container, please store in a dark pantry or kitchen cupboard for maximum freshness dating to up to 8 weeks.

  • Our cupping notes: Good body and character, citric, juice, floral, creamy, chocolate. Cupping score: 85-89
  • Minimum Altitude (metres above sea level): 1600 Maximum Altitude (metres above sea level): 1800 Soil type: VOLCANIC
  • Flowering period: APRIL AND MAY Harvest period: JAN - MARCH Shipping Period: MAY ONWARDS
  • Average rainfall (mm): 1800 - 2000 Average annual temperatures (°C): 18º -22º Miller Name: LA FLORENTINA ESTATE Varietal: Red and Yellow Catuaí, Caturra, San Ramón, Typica
  • Screen size/grade: 15 PLUS Process: Fully Washed; 100% Arabica; Farm cup Profile: full-bodied, with hints of caramel, honey, fruit, toasted grains and chocolate. Cupping score: 85-89

Carmen Estate provides safe and healthy conditions for workers and their families. Adequate healthcare is provided to the families along with a clean working environment and habitat. Children are not permitted to work on the plantation and are provided an education while adults work on the farm. Carmen’s agricultural practices are based on a set of principles which ensure the best output of the farm while maintaining ecological awareness regarding insect management, soil conservation, protection of natural water resources, waste management and over-all ecosystem conservation. Each year coffee cherries are manually harvested by the Nôbe-Buglé indigenous people and have been trained to harvest only when the coffee cherries are bright red and fully ripe. The cherries are carefully selected and handpicked, leaving behind the unripe beans to be harvested at a later time. Carmen Estate takes care at every stage of harvesting and processing to maintain optimum results. Each day, the ripe, bright, red coffee cherries are transported from the field to the mill to be processed as quickly as possible. Advanced, low water usage machinery washes away the skin, pulp, and mucilage from the parchment bean. Using small amounts of water contributes to Carmen’s efforts in ecological conservation. The residues from the milling process are recycled into the farm as organic fertilizer instead of releasing them into the environment at concentrated levels. If not carefully managed, high concentrations of mucilage produced from processing can damage watersheds and the eco-balance. The parchment beans are pre-dried in the natural sunlight and breezes on concrete patios. Mechanical driers, fueled by coffee parchment, are then used to complete the drying process. After the beans, still in parchment, are dried they are then packed into individual jute bags. These bags are carefully classified and numbered by lots, then stored in a wooden warehouses or bodegas for a 60 day resting period.

Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
Elisabeth Betancourt
Best Coffee Around

I have been ordering this coffee for a few years now, as it is The Best Espresso Blend, I have found out there.
After many years of trying other espresso blends, I look no further.
Great coffee and a great company to deal with.
Thank you, Andea..

Gene Robinson
Paso Ancho Coffee

Having lived in the Paso Ancho area for 10 years, I know how good the coffee is from that area of Panama and this is a superb example.

Delicious coffee!

Light/City roast makes a very nice espresso. Nice aroma that can certainly compete with the Ethiopian coffee.

carl astrada

Great coffe. Taste. And speedy delired

carl rogers
Great Coffee as always

Very good flavor. Good light roast.

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