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ALTO PALOMAR

Alto Palomar is the result of the work of 120 small farmers forming the Cooperativa Agraria Cafetalera Ecologica Alto Palomar.

The organic farming techniques used to grow these coffee trees attract a great number of insects and, in particular, butterflies that fly around making of this farm a unique and fascinating location.

Its hints of honey, toasted almond and sweet tobacco go along with a rich body and a delicate acidity. Its cocoa finish is pleasantly long-lasting.

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Piantagione

Estate coffees are our coffees coming exclusively from single estates. We roast our beans with care, in order to offer top quality coffees and to enhance the peculiarities and the uniqueness of each producing farm. We wish to namely bring you a corner of the countries of origin and make you dive into the territory where the coffee plants root. We personally travel in search of the most original, typical and appealing beans. After selecting them, we have them shipped to Italy where the fine-tuning of the roasting process starts, in order to get the best out of each coffee. The outcome is part of our own essence: unique quality coffees.

Where does this coffee come from?

Our blends and combinations are created using coffee from the same estates where we source the beans for our single-estate coffees.

This coffee comes from the following estates (click on them to find out more):

Metodo di estrazione:
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Espresso

The coffee doses indicated below refer to a double shot extraction, that is, two espresso cups at the same time. Stay in the range that we recommend for each of our lines, have fun evaluating the differences in the extraction as the dose varies and let us know which dose produces the best extraction in your opinion!

01 WEIGH Specialty People Blends: 15g - 16g Di Piantagione: 16g - 18g Dirompenti: 17g - 18g
02 GRIND The consistency of the grind should be somewhere between white flour and cornmeal
03 GET SET UP Place the ground coffee in the portafilter, level it and tamp it
04 ENJOY Extract your espresso and enjoy – preferably in good company!

Syphon

The extraction ratio we suggest here is not imperative: you can try to use different doses by reducing or slightly increasing the amount of coffee. Try first 22g and then 28g of coffee for 330g of water and let us know what differences you perceive in the taste of coffee.

01 WEIGH Recommended extraction ratio: 65g coffee / litre of water
02 GRIND The consistency of the grind should be similar to sea salt
03 GET SET UP Pour the hot water (90°C) into the lower chamber, position the burner and insert the upper chamber, then pour in the coffee and begin stirring.
04 ENJOY Switch off the burner and wait for the coffee to be drawn down into the lower chamber, then serve and enjoy – preferably in good company!

French Press

The extraction ratio we suggest here is not imperative: you can try to use different doses by reducing or slightly increasing the amount of coffee. Try first 12g and then 18g of coffee for 250g of water and let us know what differences you perceive in the taste of coffee.

01 WEIGH Recommended extraction ratio: 75g coffee / litre of water
02 GRIND The consistency of the grind should be similar to sea salt
03 GET SET UP Place the ground coffee in the French Press, then add hot water (90-93°C) and wait approx. 4 minutes.
04 ENJOY Filter your French Press coffee by pushing the plunger down and enjoy – preferably in good company!

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