PT's Coffee - Guatemala Finca El Socorro Java Washed - 10 oz.

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This velvety light roast opens with aromas of cherry, caramel, and macadamia. Notes of spiced cocoa and pineapple accompany yellow apple acidity, resolving into a sweet finish of graham cracker and hazelnut.

Juan Diego planted Java several years ago in El Socorro's Las Marias plantation, above a large plot of beautiful blue hydrangeas near the farmhouse. The windy, east-facing slope is shaded in the afternoon.

Java was one of several lots in which polymers were placed in the planting holes to aid in water absorption, reducing the need for irrigation. El Socorro has had excellent results with this system.

Java has been cultivated since at least the early 19th century, when Dutch traders introduced it (via Ethiopia) to the Indonesian island that gives it its name. Around 1990 Java was introduced to Costa Rica by the Centre de Coopération Internationale en Recherche Agronomique pour le Développement (CIRAD). It is now known for being tolerant to disease and performing particularly well at high altitudes in Central America.

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Guatemala Finca El Socorro Java Washed

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$22.00 / 10 oz.
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CHARACTERISTICS
ROAST

Light

BODY

Velvety

ACIDITY

Yellow Apple

NOTES

Spiced Cocoa, Yellow Apple, Graham Cracker

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This velvety light roast opens with aromas of cherry, caramel, and macadamia. Notes of spiced cocoa and pineapple accompany yellow apple acidity, resolving into a sweet finish of graham cracker and hazelnut.

Juan Diego planted Java several years ago in El Socorro's Las Marias plantation, above a large plot of beautiful blue hydrangeas near the farmhouse. The windy, east-facing slope is shaded in the afternoon.

Java was one of several lots in which polymers were placed in the planting holes to aid in water absorption, reducing the need for irrigation. El Socorro has had excellent results with this system.

Java has been cultivated since at least the early 19th century, when Dutch traders introduced it (via Ethiopia) to the Indonesian island that gives it its name. Around 1990 Java was introduced to Costa Rica by the Centre de Coopération Internationale en Recherche Agronomique pour le Développement (CIRAD). It is now known for being tolerant to disease and performing particularly well at high altitudes in Central America.

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Estabilished:
1993
Owners:
Jeff Taylor, Fred Polzin
Awards:
2020 Good Food Award Finalist
2019 +2018 Best Coffee in Every State (Food + Wine)
2013 Good Food Award Winner
2011 Top 17 Roasters in America - Fortune Magazine
2009 Macro Roaster of the Year (Roast Magazine)
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PT's Coffee Roasting Co. is an award-winning coffee roaster founded in Topeka, Kansas, in 1993.2020 Good Food Award Finalist

Our mission: exceptional coffee, lifelong friendships, and the wisdom to appreciate both.

They were named Roast Magazine's Roaster of the Year in 2009. Nearly 80% of the coffee we produce is acquired through our Direct Trade program. Exceptional freshly roasted coffee beans depend upon great partnerships, and our partners are selected for more than just their harvests—they are socially responsible and environmentally conscious.

Today, we roast dozens of single-origin specialty coffees and signature blends for our retail locations, wholesale clients, and online customers around the world.

PT's is among the leading roasters reviewed by industry resource Coffee Review, with nearly forty 94+ scores and seven appearances on their Top 30 Coffees of the Year. PT's has also received accolades from the Good Food Foundation and publications including Uncrate, Food + Wine, Gear Patrol, The Daily Meal, and more. Exceptional freshly roasted coffee beans depend upon great partnerships, and our partners are selected for more than just their harvests—they are socially responsible and environmentally conscious.

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