Manhattan Coffee Roasters

Manhattan - Samuel Bermudez, Jr.: Double Anaerobic Thermal Shock, Colombia (250g)

Regular price $71.00 CAD
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Tasting Notes: Star anise, Dark fudge, Verbena

Manhattan Coffee Roasters is excited to introduce the final installment of their exclusive Finca El Paraiso coffee series, named after Diego's son, Samuel Jr. This unique Caturra Chiroso coffee variety, born from genetic mutations in Colombia's Antioquia mountains, thrives in cold, low-light conditions, boasting an enhanced flavor profile due to increased monoterpenes. The meticulous processing at El Paraiso includes ripe cherry picking, ozonated water washing, and a two-stage fermentation with special microorganisms, all before a thermal shock treatment. Innovative drying technology preserves its quality. Samuel Jr. offers an explosive coffee experience, challenging coffee norms, with tasting notes of star anise, dark fudge, and verbena.

coffee bag size Quantity: 250g
coffee format Format: Roasted Whole Bean
coffee country of origin Origin: Colombia
coffee origin type Origin Type: Single Origin
coffee region Region: Cauca
coffee producer/farm Producer: Diego Bermudez
coffee variety Variety: Caturra/Chiroso
coffee farm altitude Altitude: 1960 meters
coffee process Process: Thermal Shock Washed
caffeine level Caffeine: Full Caffeine
coffee brew method Brew Method: Filter or Espresso
coffee roast levelRoast Level: Medium-Light
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Pickup available at 2040 - 2600 Portland Street SE

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Manhattan - Samuel Bermudez, Jr.: Double Anaerobic Thermal Shock, Colombia (250g)

  • 2040 - 2600 Portland Street SE

    Pickup available, usually ready in 4 hours

    2040 - 2600 Portland Street SE
    Calgary AB T2G 4M6


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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Bryan M. (British Columbia, Canada)
Chocolatey licorice

Different than his other coffees that can have more fruit notes. Nice body.

Oliver (Washington, United States)

As with most of the other collaborations between Manhattan and Diego Samuel Bermudez, this coffee is truly unique. Complex and rich in flavor but ultimately too heavy on the anise notes for me to want to revisit it again. But if you love licorice, these are the beans for you.

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