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Ratnagiri Estate M26

Blueberry, Roasted Almonds, Orange Marmalade

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Roast Level

light

Bitterness

Low

Acidity

Medium

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Introducing our newest light roast from Ratnagiri Estate! If you’ve been a fan of our previous seasonal coffees from Ratnagiri Estate, you’ll love this lot that has taste notes of tart blueberry, roasted almonds and zesty orange marmalade.

Product Details

Altitude

1250 - 1450M

Processing

Natural

Location

CHIKMAGALUR, KN

Variety

Catuai

Introducing our newest light roast from Ratnagiri Estate! If you’ve been a fan of our previous seasonal coffees from Ratnagiri Estate, you’ll love this lot that has taste notes of tart blueberry, roasted almonds and zesty orange marmalade. This coffee has a fruit-forward flavour profile that gives it a silky mouthfeel of jam, a syrupy aftertaste of orange marmalade, rounded off with a nutty finish. This heavy-bodied coffee has sweet aromas of caramel and berries, and is best enjoyed when brewed as a Pour Over or in an AeroPress.

Ratnagiri Estate is located in Chikmagalur in Karnataka, near the birthplace of coffee in India, Bababudangiri Hills. The estate’s name directly translates to ‘Pearl Mountains’ owing to the Silver Oak trees casting a glowing sheen over the hills. This farm, managed by the Patre family since 1927, has been at the forefront of creating sustainable farm practices.

Tasting Notes: Blueberry, Roasted Almonds, Orange Marmalade

Roast Level: Light

About Ratnagiri Estate

Ratnagiri Estate is a Rainforest Alliance certified farm in the South Indian Western Ghats near Bababudangiri, the place where coffee in India first originated.

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Brewing Guides

French Press

19g Coffee Amount
94°C Water Temperature
7 Min Brew Time
220ml Water Volume
Very Coarse Grind Size

Brewing Method

  • Add coffee, start the timer and pour 220ml making sure all grinds are wet.
  • Add the plunge lid on top to keep the temperature stable.
  • After 3 minutes stir the grinds on top lightly (break the crust) and leave to brew for another 3-4 minutes.
  • At 7 minutes slowly plunge the brew and serve straight away.

Aeropress

21g Coffee Amount
92°C Water Temperature
3 Min Brew Time
210ml Water Volume
Medium Grind Size

Brewing Method

  • Pre-wet the filter paper, place in the cap and set aside
  • Using the inverted method, add the coffee to the chamber
  • Start timer and add water and stir 4-5 times
  • At 3:00 minutes, screw on cap, flip Aeropress on to cup
  • Slowly press over approximately 30 seconds

Moka Pot

14g Coffee Amount
40-50°C Water Temperature
3:30 min Brew Time
100ml Water Volume
Medium Fine Grind Size

Brewing Method

  • Place water that is lightly heated in the lower chamber and fill filter with coffee.
  • Screw on top and place on stove on high heat.
  • Heat on medium until you hear a gurgling sound, or when you see the water has finished bubbling through.
  • Immediately pour into your cup.

Cold Brew

100g Coffee Amount
Room Temp Water Temperature
18 Hours Brew Time
1L Water Volume
Coarse Grind Size

Brewing Method

  • Add coffee and filtered cold water in 1.5L vessel.
  • Stir so all grinds are wet. Cover with a lid or cling wrap and leave on counter top at room temp.
  • After 18 hours, stir grinds and filter through muslin cloth or cold brew filter.
  • Store in fridge for up to 4 days.

Pourover

20g Coffee Amount
93°C Water Temperature
3:30 min Brew Time
300 ml Water Volume
Medium Grind Size

Brewing Method

    • Rinse filter paper with hot water to pre-heat cone.
    • Add coffee, start timer and pour 100ml of water to bloom
    • At 45 seconds, slowly pour remaining water over the course of one minute
    • Allow the coffee to drip through aiming for a total brew time of 3:30 minutes

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