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Gungegiri Estate

Apricots, Brown Sugar, Strawberries

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Roast Level

light

Bitterness

Low

Acidity

High

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We’re bringing a new farm onboard — Gungegiri Estate from Chikmagalur in Karnataka! This lot was processed using the natural method at the farm, and was profiled as a light roast by our roasting team to bring out its delicate tasting notes of apricots, brown sugar and strawberries.

Product Details

Altitude

880 - 1280 M

Processing

Natural

Location

Chikmagalur, Karnataka

Variety

S9

We’re bringing a new farm onboard — Gungegiri Estate from Chikmagalur in Karnataka! This lot was processed using the natural method at the farm, and was profiled as a light roast by our roasting team to bring out its delicate tasting notes of apricots, brown sugar and strawberries. In the cup, you’ll find that the coffee has a juicy mouthfeel which is complemented with a long sweetness and a hint of stone fruits.

If you’ve loved our Harley Estate (Pichia) or our intensely fruity 72-hour anaerobic fermented coffee from Riverdale Estate, you’ll enjoy the fruity flavour and sparkling acidity in this one. We recommend brewing it as a Pour Over or using an AeroPress for a clean cup bursting with flavour.

Tasting Notes: Apricots, Brown Sugar, Strawberries

Roast Level: Light

About Gungegiri Estate

Gungegiri Estate, part of the Sangameshwar group — which our most loved Attikan Estate is also from — was started by a couple of British brothers, W.L. and C.S. Crawford, who cultivated coffee for the first time in the area back in 1890.

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Brewing Guides

French Press

20g Coffee Amount
88°C Water Temperature
4:30 Min Brew Time
240 ml Water Volume
French Press Grind Grind Size

Brewing Method

  • Add coffee, start the timer and pour 60 ml of water and make sure all the grinds are wet.
  • After 60 seconds, top up the water to 240 ml.
  • Place the lid and slowly plunge at the 4-minute mark for 30 seconds.
  • Pour into your cup immediately after plunging to avoid over extracting the coffee.

Espresso Machine

20g Coffee Amount
28 Sec Brew Time
Commercial Espresso Grind Grind Size

Brewing Method

  • First drop: 6 seconds

Aeropress

18g Coffee Amount
94°C Water Temperature
2:30 Min Brew Time
220 ml Water Volume
AeroPress Grind Grind Size

Brewing Method

  • Pre-wet the filter paper, add coffee, and lock the cap into the chamber.
  • Start the timer and add 60 ml of water.
  • Stir 5 times and let it bloom for 45 seconds.
  • Pour the rest 160 ml of water.
  • When it reaches the 1:45-minute mark, plunge slowly to extract the flavours into the cup.

Inverted Aeropress

18g Coffee Amount
95°C Water Temperature
2:30 Min Brew Time
240 ml Water Volume
AeroPress Grind Grind Size

Brewing Method

  • Pre-wet the filter paper, add coffee, and lock the cap into the chamber.
  • Start the timer and add 100 ml of water and still 2-3 times.
  • After 45 seconds, add 140 ml more water and stir twice.
  • When it reaches the 2-minute mark, flip the AeroPress and plunge slowly for 30 seconds.

Cold Brew

50g Coffee Amount
Room Temp Water Temperature
18 Hours Brew Time
500 ml Water Volume
Cold Brew Grind Grind Size

Brewing Method

  • Add coffee and filtered cold water in a vessel.
  • Stir well so that all the grinds are wet.
  • Cover it with a lid or cling wrap and leave it on the counter top at room temp.
  • After 18 hours, stir the grinds and filter through either a muslin cloth, cold brew filter or a V60 with a pre-wet filter for a clean cup.
  • You can store it in the fridge for up to 4 days.

Pourover

18g Coffee Amount
93°C Water Temperature
3-3:30 Min Brew Time
280 ml Water Volume
Pour Over Grind Grind Size

Brewing Method

  • Rinse the filter paper with hot water to pre-heat the cone.
  • Add 18g of coffee and start the timer. Pour 100 ml of water and stir 2-3 times.
  • Let the coffee bloom for 60 seconds.
  • Then pour 180 ml of water and swirl the cone thrice.
  • Let the coffee drip through till 3:30 minutes are up.

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