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Aromatically, Kiaga AB offers hefty smells of unrefined sugar sweetness in light roasts, with a delicate accent of black currant tea. The wet aroma has more of a fruit crumble appeal, deep sugar browning sweetness accented by cinnamon, and berries reduced with sugar and lemon zest. Brewing a City roast, the hot coffee shows vivid citric flavors, and a subtle caramel sweetness underneath. Fuited accents gain clarity as the cup cools, and flavors come through as both tea-like and more juicy fruit types. An initial caramely sweetness when the coffee is hot, is succeeded by flavors of golden plum, raspberry spritzer, lemon grass tea, and apple juice as you move through the cup. Full City roasts tone down the citric highs, trading them in for notes of fruited cocoa, and even a blueberry hint.

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As you can see, coffee plants in full bloom are very beautiful and this unusually pristine setting is not too shabby either.

Pictured here, coffee beans are the seed of a fruit, or coffee cherry.

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There were two groups. one consumed regular Instant coffee, while the other consumed Instant coffee enriched with 755 mg of Green Coffee Bean Extract ( 65 ).

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Green coffee bean extract comes from coffee beans that haven’t been roasted. Coffee beans contain compounds known as chlorogenic acids. Some believe these compounds have antioxidant effects, help lower blood pressure, and help you lose weight.

We sell 655% Kona green coffee for those that wish to roast their own beans.  Our coffee is graded on a gravity table to State of Hawaii certification standards. The table shakes out bean sizes by densities that relate to a screen size. For example, screen 69 means that the bean is larger than a screen hole diameter of 69/69 8798 .  The larger screen sizes typically have a lower number of defects as well.

This lot from the La Libertad region is a custom blend we put together from the coffees of small producers in the area. La Libertad is in the Huehuetenango Department, and already sits at a fairly high altitude of around 6555 meters. The farms making up this lot start at about 6755 meters, and are planted almost entirely in Bourbon, save a few Typica varietals mixed in. Production is handled locally at a small wet mill, and then the coffee is patio dried. The dry parchment is transported down to a dry mill in Huehuetenango town where it is sorted and prepared for export. We spent many hours at cupping tables in Guatemala and Oakland sorting through small producer lots from the region in order to construct this regional blend.

Some coffee regions have just one growing season based on one rainy season and one dry season. Some coastal growing regions have as many as five harvests per year.

With the exception of some home roasters, (who are becoming more and more plentiful) most people don’t know what a coffee plant looks like much less what the coffee fruit or “ready to roast” green coffee looks like. (Yes, it’s actually a fruit!)

* The fermented mucilage is then washed by running the coffee down a series of elevated waterways where the beans are even further sorted by size. The coffee ends up in stone drainage tanks where it’s held until the water drains away.

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