This coffee from Myanmar felt like a fresh fruit salad. It so lively and fresh, perfect for cold coffees as summer fast approaches.

The delicate notes and bold body makes this a very interesting coffee. We had notes of orange blossom, lychee and nougat.

Not our favourite coffee as an espresso with milk (try the washed of honey Myanmar) it's a unique short espresso and worth trying black.

This is a carbonic maceration processed coffees. The fermentation takes place between 48-72 hours in 25 litre buckets, removing excess air.
The coffee is then dried for approximately 20-24 days on raised beds.

Method Dose Ratio Time
Espresso 18 g 2.3:1 30-35 sec
Espresso with milk 18g 2:1 36-40 sec
Americano 18 g 2.3:1 30-35 sec

V60/Origami 

23 g 17:1 3:30-4:00 min

 Chemex & Batch Brew

40-60 g 16.5:1 5:00-5:30 min

 French Press

18-25 g 16:1 4:30 min steep time
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