Samaria coffee is grown according to the Milpa system: an ancient agricultural method of Maya peoples alternating maize, beans and pumpkins crops in order not to abuse the soil.
This coffee releases intense flowery notes, it has a remarked and yet gentle acidity and an orange-scented chocolate aftertaste.
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):
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!
The extraction parameters we suggest here are not imperative. Have fun trying the recipes of the World Aeropress Championship champions: you can find them on the AeroPress.com website.
The extraction parameters we suggest here are not imperative: you can try to use different doses by reducing or slightly increasing the amount of coffee per liter of water and/or to change the extraction time, while remaining in the suggested range. Let us know what tests you did and what differences you perceive in the taste of coffee.