Green (Unroasted) Bolivian Apolo

$7.75$321.63

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ROAST PROFILE GRAPH

These graphs are guidelines for how we roast this coffee. Every roaster is different, and you know your roasting method best.

ROAST PROFILE GRAPH

These graphs are guidelines for how we roast this coffee. Every roaster is different, and you know your roasting method best.

Cupping Notes

Transparent citrus and tangerine acidity. With remarkable clarity, complexity, and creaminess.

Full SACKS

Stored throughout the country. Contact us for quotes on any of our direct trade coffees by the sack!

Social Responsabily

Creates sustainable employment for farming families in , farmers are paid above fair trade standards for their exceptional crop

WHY CAFE KREYOL?

We believe farmers should get paid based on the quality of their product and we practice this belief by paying up to 300% higher wages than what Fair Trade requires.

This Direct Trade system, that is now the backbone of Cafe Kreyol, believes that quality and sustainability are parallel.

Our story continues as we work to alleviate poverty in rural coffee growing regions, one cup at a time.

Joseph Stazzone

CHIEF COFFEE HUNTER

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      Suggested Roast Profile Graph

      Drum Roaster

      This graph is a guideline for how we roast this coffee using a Drum Roaster.

      Every roaster is different, and you know your roasting method best. Please use this information to help you develop your own roast profile, and make great tasting coffee.

      Light roast to a medium roast is recommended, although this versatile bean has also had success being taken to second crack. Our light roast graph shows a moderate incline through your mallard phase, and heat then increased towards first crack as well as fan speed being higher. This should balance out the convective and conductive heat, giving your coffee a higher body with notes of chocolate, caramel, and a bit of tangerine acidity.
      • Bean Density: High
      • Moisture Level: 11.5%
      • Cupping Score: 88 points

      Suggested Roast Profile Graph

      Air Roaster

      This graph is a guideline for how we roast this coffee using a Air Roaster.

      Every roaster is different, and you know your roasting method best. Please use this information to help you develop your own roast profile, and make great tasting coffee.

      Light roast to a medium roast is recommended, although this versatile bean has also had success being taken to second crack. Our light roast graph shows a moderate incline through your mallard phase, and heat then increased towards first crack as well as fan speed being higher. This should balance out the convective and conductive heat, giving your coffee a higher body with notes of chocolate, caramel, and a bit of tangerine acidity.
      • Bean Density: High
      • Moisture Level: 11.5%
      • Cupping Score: 88 points