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Any recommendations for a tasty anaerobic processed coffee?

Lowdown (Edinburgh) has a collaboration roast with Colonna at the moment for a Costa Rican anaerobic and it's fantastic. I've also had a few in the past as guest roasts in cafes etc which I've enjoyed so looking to dive deeper. 

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There were anaerobic processed coffees at last year's London Coffee Festival than I recall from previous years. A colleague said that this was the best coffee he had in 2019 (but no longer available) and although I haven't had this, from Clifton Roasters, I would be tempted.   

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4 hours ago, Phil104 said:

There were anaerobic processed coffees at last year's London Coffee Festival than I recall from previous years. A colleague said that this was the best coffee he had in 2019 (but no longer available) and although I haven't had this, from Clifton Roasters, I would be tempted.   

I had this as a Kalita pourover, funnily enough at Lowdown too, and it was top 2-3 coffees I've ever had for sure. 

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As it happens, my latest sub of 'rare' beans from Colonna, which arrived on Wednesday but I only opened today, is an anaerobic roast from Costa Rica - although it doesn't appear to be available through their webshop. 

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11 minutes ago, Phil104 said:

As it happens, my latest sub of 'rare' beans from Colonna, which arrived on Wednesday but I only opened today, is an anaerobic roast from Costa Rica - although it doesn't appear to be available through their webshop. 

Ah very interesting. Strongly suspect they're the same batch. 

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15 hours ago, catpuccino said:

Ah very interesting. Strongly suspect they're the same batch. 

Too much of a coincidence and may explain why it's not available on the Colonna site. 

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On 16/01/2020 at 10:10, matted said:

agree, this was a beauty.  I have just finished off my bag of this.  got many more other beans lined up and to get through - but I think I might order some more to put in the freezer.

What ratio were you using for this? I've just pulled a bag out the freezer but must've thrown my notes away and struggling with the first few shots. 

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4 minutes ago, catpuccino said:

What ratio were you using for this? I've just pulled a bag out the freezer but must've thrown my notes away and struggling with the first few shots. 

only aeropressed or v60'd these beans - could not bear the thought of wasted espresso shots whilst dialling in.

18grams in an aeropress and V60.  with the v60 it was with 300mls water, which I might top up a little sometime if I want a larger cup (into the cup rather than the v60)

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Bringing this thread back, coincidently after trying another Colonna anerobic.

Their 'rare' offering is currently Cordillera Del Fuego from Costa Rica.

https://colonnacoffee.com/products/beans-rare

Also got my eye on this from Crankhouse:

https://www.crankhousecoffee.co.uk/products/santa-petrona-pacamara

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1 hour ago, catpuccino said:

Bringing this thread back, coincidently after trying another Colonna anerobic.

Their 'rare' offering is currently Cordillera Del Fuego from Costa Rica.

https://colonnacoffee.com/products/beans-rare

Also got my eye on this from Crankhouse:

https://www.crankhousecoffee.co.uk/products/santa-petrona-pacamara

This months LSOL from Carvetti was also an anaerobic process microlot from Costa Rican too and it was a banger! Feels like a proper bargain looking at what Colonna charge for 150g 😬

Those Crankhouse ones look awesome...probably be gone by the time I am justify ordering more though 🙄

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On 21/08/2020 at 21:15, catpuccino said:

Bringing this thread back, coincidently after trying another Colonna anerobic.

Their 'rare' offering is currently Cordillera Del Fuego from Costa Rica.

https://colonnacoffee.com/products/beans-rare

Also got my eye on this from Crankhouse:

https://www.crankhousecoffee.co.uk/products/santa-petrona-pacamara

The Cordillera Del Fuego is delicious as V60. More black tea than coffee in terms of the base flavour but the fruity overtones really complement it and the finish is pure cinnamon. I assume no additives but it is quite freaky.

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