A bolder two coffee pairing bringing heavier flavours to accommodate the addition of milk.
This essentially allows us to celebrate more coffees “we love” (that additionally may have a small lot size), finds a nice middle point between “single” and “blend”, and sets us a great Quality Control challenge to make an interesting and different product to Candyman that fluctuates seasonally, as the components change more frequently.
The Ones We Love will have has less focus on consistency of flavours per se, and more on short run, special profiles with high character.
The espresso version also has the requirement to have great presence in milk.
Fidencio Castillo: We paid 1.8 million pesos per carga for Fidencio’s coffee. At times throughout harvest, the local rate was around $1.1 million pesos per carga.
Nilson Yunda: We paid $1.75 million pesos per carga for Nilson’s micro-lot. At times throughout harvest, the local rate was around $1.1 million pesos per carga, this at a time where cost of production is estimated at around 8 million pesos per carga.
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