Finca El Paraiso Y - 05 Lychee

SKU: 850044375271
Finca El Paraiso Y - 05 Lychee
Finca El Paraiso Y - 05 Lychee
Finca El Paraiso Y - 05 Lychee
Finca El Paraiso Y - 05 Lychee

Finca El Paraiso Y - 05 Lychee

SKU: 850044375271
Regular price $30.50
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Finca El Paraiso
Y - 05 LYCHEE (12oz)

Roast Type: Medium-

Country: Colombia
Region: cauca
Varietal: Castillo
Producer: Diego samuel bermudez tapia
Process: Aerobic and anaerobic microorganism fermentation, washed with thermal shock
Altitude: 1900M

Notes:  Yellow fruits, peach, lychee

Our coffee bags are 100% compostable.
Locally Roasted in Glendale, CA


About the coffee:

Most people still don’t understand the unique technique employed by Finca El Paraíso to develop its coffee profiles. As the pioneer and currently the only farm to use the yeast-mediated biocatalysis technique in coffee processing, Finca El Paraíso sets itself apart. This scientific method not only allows the creation of coffees with unprecedented sensory profiles but also ensures absolute consistency and replicability, year after year, on an industrial scale.

Y-05 (Process)

 1. Harvesting: The process starts with the careful harvesting of coffee cherries at their optimal ripeness.

2. Disinfection: The cherries are disinfected with ozone before being transferred to the fermentation tanks.

3. Anaerobic Fermentation: The cherries undergo a 72-hour anaerobic fermentation process, submerged in water.

4. Pulping and Demucilagination: After fermentation, the coffee is pulped and demucilaginated. The mucilage and pulp are processed to produce specific microorganisms and a culture medium containing aroma and flavor precursors.

5. Fermentation Enhancement: The culture medium is added to fermentation tanks for 36 hours, allowing the precursors to bind to the coffee beans under pressure.

6. Thermal Shock: A thermal shock process is applied to further fix the precursors and prepare the coffee for drying.

7. Drying: The coffee is dried in a dehumidifier to preserve its delicate notes, prevent over-oxidation, and stop metabolic processes to avoid overfermentation.

8. Stabilization and Storage: The coffee is then stabilized and stored in a cool place.

9. Selection and Threshing: Finally, the beans are selected and threshed according to quality standards.

Regent Coffee offers free shipping when you purchase two or more bags of our roasted coffee beans. This shipping courtesy does not extend to glassware of any kind. This includes, but is not limited to: Saint Anthony's Plum Bottom: Dual Wall Glass Snifter, The Filibuster Dual Wall Decanter, Tresco Server Handcrafted Coffee Decanter, and Regent's own bourbon barrel aged cold brew that's presented in a beautifully designed glass bottle.

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  • Coffee Roasting Schedule:
    We will be roasting our premium coffee beans every Monday and Thursday. This means you can expect the freshest coffee on these days, as we dedicate our efforts to bring you the best flavors.

  • Coffee Bean Orders Fulfillment:
    Coffee orders will be dispatched on the following days following our roasting production days (Monday and Thursday).

  • Combined Orders Fulfillment:
    For orders that include both coffee beans and cold brew bottles, they will be fulfilled following our cold brew schedule. This streamlined process ensures that you receive one shipment.

  • Monthly 'Roaster's Choice' Subscription Fulfillment:
    Regent Coffee will ship out within the first week of every month. To qualify for the upcoming month's shipment, orders must be placed before the last week of the month.
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