Costa Rica Canet Musician Bach and Raisin Honey Process
Updated: Jun 28, 2019
We believe most people are attracted and got curios when they first heard about this serious of coffee beans named after the great musicians. Musician Bach coffee beans came from the Musician Series introduced by a Costa Rica coffee process plant Canet, with coffee from farms with altitude of 1,950m in Tarrazu, under the brand Black Gold Specialty Coffee belongs to the company Oklao. Which, Black Gold is coffee brand own several certifications from organisations like Fairtrade, USDA Organic, Forest Alliance, Drink Shade Grown Coffee and OCIA.
What special about this SHB grade bean is mainly the process method. With the complicated raisin honey process, plenty of effort and attention was paid in order to achieve. According to Black Gold, the difficulty of the raising honey processing method requires perfect timing. On the day of harvesting, the coffee cherries are floated and sent to dry on African beds for at least three days, then after finding an optimal time, the skin of the cherries is removed, the mucilage is retained, and the cherries will be sent for drying. At this stage, the climate factor is the key to the success of raising honey processing. There must be slow dried to ensure the surface of the coffee has the fermentation processing, but not too slow that might risk the coffee to over ferment. During the drying process, the cherries must be turned over and over at a fast frequency to allow for even dry.
After the long and strict processing, it become a rich clean taste coffee filled with stimulate floral and fruity fragrances. With the crafting of our roaster, we present you the Musician Bach focused on touch of strawberry, apple, lemon, grape, citrus, honey and toffee with buttery body and mellow texture, like Darjeelin.
Following is a short video about the Canet, enjoy:)