Coffee from East Timor
Spicy flavours with a little earthy bitterness
Sweet, mild body, nutmeg
One bag contains 380gram of fresh roasted coffee beans
Spicy flavours with little earthy bitterness
Sweet, mild body, nut meg
Eratoi II is produced by 15 small holders in Eratoi in south west East Timor. The village name comes from the local Mambae language and means “rich in water”. As the name indicates, water is plentiful which makes wet-milling less difficult than in other villages.
Eratoi has 42 coffee growers who are separated into three groups, Eratoi I, Eratoi II and Eratoi III. Led by Senhor Laurentino Soares, Eratoi II members pay a great degree of attention to quality. Only fully ripe cherries are hand picked and the harvest finishes just after lunch to allow plenty of time to fully process these cherries on the same day.
Region: Eratoi Village, Letefoho
Arabica Variety: Hybrid Timor & Typica
Process Methode: washed & 36 hours fermentation
Growing Altitude: 1600 to 1700 meters
Special Aspect: Social Enterprise Established, Organic