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Dreyde Delgado - Washed Gesha - Peru

Dreyde Delgado - Washed Gesha - Peru

Honey, this Gesha’s so good. Honeydew melon, honeyblossom, chardonnay grape and florals fill this cup to make it sweet and delicate but by no means lacking any flavour. 

Grown in the north of Peru in Cajamarca, this coffee was produced by Dr Drei himself (as long as you’re thinking about the one who works for the coffee importer Cultivar, not the one who founded Death Row Records). Dreyde Delgado is known in the lab for his passion for fermentation experiments; this coffee in particular was fermented with microorganisms to help feed the fermentation. As a young coffee farmer, he’s taken all the opportunity he can to learn, develop, and also push forward coffee growing.

Dreyde’s San Antonio farm sits at 1960masl - a farm that started as a hectare his mother gave him and then grew to 2 more hectares, and takes full advantage of the tropical and cool climate - ideal for specialty coffee production. 

Roast date: 27/05/2024

Weight: 250g

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  • Producer

    Dreyde Delgado

  • Roastery

    Friedhats

  • Taste notes

    Cantaloupe, Honey Blossom, Chardonnay Grape, Jasmine

  • Process

    Washed

  • Region

    Cajamarca, Peru

  • Variety

    Gesha

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Washed Process

In this method, both the pulp and the coffee cherry are completely removed from the outside of the parchment. This is done using friction, fermentation and water. After harvesting, the coffee cherry is cut open with either a metal or sharp plastic bladeThe two seeds (also known as beans) are squeezed out of the coffee cherry, leaving the mucilage as the outermost layer around the seed. In the washed process, it is essential that this layer is completely removed from the seed. In this way, only the flavor that has developed in the cell structure of the seed before processing remains.

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