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|Countries of origin||70% Brazil, 30% Ethiopia|
|Producer||Garcia Family, Mustafa Abakeno|
Melody is a fruiter option to our award winning Momentum Espresso. Melody is comprised of 70% Brazil Santa Lucia, and 30% Ethiopia Nana Challa. The addition of the Mustafa Abakeno adds a lot of red fruit notes to the espresso, resulting in a raspberry, milk chocolate and caramel taste profile.
Ethiopian coffees are naturally bright, sweet and floral, by adding a touch to our Brazil Santa Lucia, we've created a beautifully fruity and punchy espresso, which excites the taste buds.
Aromatic on the nose, and sweet and juicy at the finish, with bags of chocolate notes, this espresso is a winner for those that want something a little different.
Why we love it
My absolute favourite coffee to serve (and drink!), tastes like chocolate raspberry milkshake in a flat white.
Jude's Brew Guide
Pull a slightly longer espresso if you want more balance and chocolate notes, pull it short for more red fruit notes.
Brazil Santa Lucia
Located in the region of Sul De Minas, Fazenda Santa Lucia is perfectly situated to grow coffee in Brazil. The 123 hectare farm has been in the Garcia Family since 1994. The Family has a history of three generations of coffee producers, initially beginning with Alexandre Garcia Capelo who inspired his son Antonio Wander Garcia to follow in his footsteps and farm coffee, studying agricultural engineering and researching plant reproduction and plant nutrition in the process.
Ethiopian Nana Challa
The name Nana Challa refers to a local mythic tale about a challenge to become King of Jimma, and the coop adopted it to signify their desire to be a strong cooperative. Indeed, many coops in the West of Ethiopia have struggled to find good buyers who will pay enough for the coffee, to manage their own debts, and from internal struggles and graft.
Nana Challa was formed as part of a new initiative to aid farmers in a more comprehensive way. This co-op, which is now 350 farmers and growing, has a tremendous mix of languages, tribes, cultures and religions.
This year’s Nana Challa is characteristically Ethiopian in profile and presents lots of notes of apricot and red fruit, with a clean sweet finish.