Drum Coffee’s Small-Batch Coffee – Santa Elena
Drum Coffee’s Small-Batch Coffee – Santa Elena
$15.00 – $49.00
$15.00 – $49.00
Indulge in the pure essence of craft coffee with Drum Coffee’s Small-Batch Coffee, artfully curated by coffee maven Luz Marina Trujillo. This extraordinary coffee represents the pinnacle of small-batch excellence, meticulously cultivated on the slopes of Santa Elena Estate in Tarrazú, Costa Rica.
About Drum Coffee’s Small-Batch Coffee:
- Origin: Grown in the famed Tarrazú region of Costa Rica, Luz Marina’s small-batch coffee is a tribute to her family’s coffee legacy and her own dedication to the art of coffee cultivation.
- Harvest and Processing: Every coffee cherry is hand-picked and undergoes rigorous sorting to ensure only the finest cherries are selected. After this careful selection, the cherries are de-pulped, washed, and dried on the patios at Finca Santa Elena. This meticulous process enhances the coffee’s acidity and depth of flavor.
- Sustainability: Luz Marina embraces a holistic approach to sustainability, minimizing synthetic inputs and implementing a closed-loop fertilizing system that utilizes red-wiggler worms to compost discarded coffee pulp. Her commitment to environmental responsibility extends to a cutting-edge water treatment system that upholds the highest standards.
Tasting Notes: Drum Coffee’s Small-Batch Coffee showcases a delightful balance of flavors. In the washed coffee, expect to be enchanted by notes of cherry, raisin, cranberry, hazelnut, dried berry, caramel, and toffee. The honey process adds an exciting dimension with flavors of plum, lemon, cherry, tangerine, blood orange, raspberry, fruit punch, and chocolate. The small-batch coffee boasts a bright berry acidity and a medium body, ensuring each sip is an adventure for your taste buds.
Brewing Recommendations: For the ultimate experience, we recommend using freshly ground coffee beans. This small-batch coffee thrives with various brewing methods, such as pour-over, French press, or espresso. Experiment and uncover the full spectrum of flavors within each cup.
Why Choose Small-Batch Coffee: Small-batch coffee represents the epitome of coffee craftsmanship. It’s not just a beverage; it’s a work of art. Each batch receives personal attention and care, resulting in unparalleled flavor complexity and quality. By choosing small-batch coffee, you’re supporting the tradition of handcrafted excellence.
Elevate Your Coffee Ritual: Immerse yourself in the world of small-batch coffee. Each bag of Drum Coffee’s Small-Batch Coffee is a testament to the dedication, passion, and expertise of Luz Marina Trujillo. It’s more than a beverage; it’s a sensory journey.
Experience the exceptional flavors of Drum Coffee’s Small-Batch Coffee. Elevate your coffee ritual to new heights with a blend that’s been crafted with precision and love.
Unveiling the Essence of Small-Batch Coffee
Luz Marina's Dedication to Quality
Delve into the artistry of coffee with Luz Marina Trujillo, a dedicated coffee producer whose passion is infused into every bean. Raised amidst the aromatic coffee fields of Tarrazú, Costa Rica, Luz Marina’s journey began within her family’s legacy of coffee production. Her meticulous process starts with cherries hand-picked and sorted for quality at her estate, Santa Elena, nestled in the highlands of Tarrazú. These cherries undergo a careful transformation, de-pulped, washed, and dried slowly, allowing the flavors to develop fully.
Luz Marina’s commitment to sustainability echoes in every sip, as she employs a holistic approach, minimizing synthetic inputs and implementing eco-friendly practices. Her dedication extends to her seasonal employees, providing exceptional housing, healthcare, and clean drinking water. The result? Coffee that embodies the essence of Tarrazú, renowned for its crispness, brightness, and an elegant finish.
Discover the Heartbeat of Excellence: Drum Coffee's Small-Batch Creations
Step into the world of Drum Coffee Roasting, where every cup is a masterpiece, carefully crafted to perfection. With a rich history steeped in the art of coffee, our small-batch roasts capture the essence of Northern Italian coffee traditions and contemporary excellence. Meet our passionate team, led by Head Roaster Ben Gaudé, as they elevate the caliber of coffee roasting and celebrate the origins and farmers behind each bean. Join us on a journey through the rich tapestry of flavors in every small-batch creation, where coffee is more than a beverage; it’s an art form.
The best way to brew specialty coffee is through the French press method, which allows for a full immersion and extraction of the coffee’s unique flavors. For an exceptional French press experience, consider the different BruTrek French Presses, offering a range of sizes and features to suit your preferences, from the compact and portable BruTrek Travel Presses like the Double Shot 3.0 or OVRLNDR to the larger BruTrek Basecamp for serving multiple cups.
You can buy specialty coffee beans from various sources, including local specialty coffee shops, online retailers, and dedicated roasteries. For exceptional quality, consider exploring the offerings of Drum Coffee Roasters, known for their artisanal roasting, or join the Sustainable Coffee Club to access a curated selection of sustainably sourced specialty coffee beans from around the world.
The best grind size for specialty coffee depends on your chosen brewing method. Generally, for pour-over and drip methods, a medium grind works well, while espresso requires a finer grind, and French press demands a coarser grind to optimize flavor extraction. Looking for a Hand Grinder? How about a Guide to Brew Coffee?
To maintain the freshness of specialty coffee, store it in an airtight container in a cool, dark place, away from moisture, heat, and light. For comprehensive guidance on coffee storage containers, GUIDE TO STORAGE
“Single-origin” in specialty coffee refers to coffee beans sourced from a specific geographic location, such as a particular region, estate, or farm. This term highlights the unique characteristics of the coffee, including its flavor profile, aroma, and terroir, which are influenced by the specific location where it was grown, processed, and harvested. The Luz Marina Trujillo’s Santa Elena Washed is a single-origin from Puerto Rico.
They do NOT. To give you the most fresh bag of coffee possible, the coffee will be shipped directly from Drum Coffee Roasters and the Airscape will be sent from our warehouse.
We ARE! Our goal is to off coffee from all of our sustainable coffee club roasters.
The 8 oz bag will be shipped with the Small Stainless Steel Airscape. The 16 oz bag will be shipped with the Medium Stainless Steel Airscape. The 2 lb bag will be shipped with the Airscape Kilo.
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