Indonesia - Frinsa Edun "crazy"
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"Edun" means crazy but we can say that with its bright notes of kombucha and dark chocolate it will make your palate dance
The last available batch of this year which has undergone 3 days of anaerobic fermentation. Last two kg available and then Ciao Ciao to next season!
* 3 days of anaerobic processing
"Sophisticated Funk" is the name of the project born between the perfect fusion between Jamie from Nordic Approach and Fikri and Wildan from Frinsa. Anaerobic processing consists of a natural chemical transformation, yeast and bacteria present in the soil, in the peel of the cherry and in the environment metabolize the sugar present in the mucilage and convert it into carbon dioxide and alcohol in the case of yeast, and acids in the case of bacteria. .
The coffee seed is not transformed by this process, but still undergoes an aromatic impact from fermentation which can be noticed after roasting. Compared to the previous Indonesian batch, the Rujak Bebeg (14 days of fermentation), this batch has "only" 3 but trust us when we tell you that enjoying this coffee changes your day!
Frinsa Estate is located in West Java, locally called Sunda. They have a wet mill, a well-ventilated storage space, and a dry mill. All located at 1400 meters above sea level. This means they have full control of their product from collection to sorting, sorting and shipping. The Frinsa estate has 6 main cultivation plots scattered around the area. And they buy cherries from a few selected growers around the estate. These coffees are sold under the Frinsa Collective brand.
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