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Malawi AA Plus Makoka Valley Coffee

Malawi Makoka Valley Coffee AA plus

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Strong
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  • Aeropress
  • Cafetiere
  • Espresso
  • Filter
  • Turkish

Taste


Malawi coffee is well known for its full-bodied, soft, rich flavour, fruity aroma and medium acidity. This AA plus Makoka Valley coffee is superb: bright, with delicious plum and white wine notes. It is a bit like a Yirgacheffe but with pine nuts. Absolutely superb in the cafetiere or espresso.


Facts


Makoka Valley coffee is from the Southern Thyolo district of Malawi, which was first planted out in 1979. The altitude here varies from 3000 to 3400 feet with terrain of rolling valleys, steepish slopes and patches of indigenous forest retained between the fields of coffee. The soils are a mixture of clay and alluvial, contributing to the unique fruity taste. The coffees are all hand-picked red cherry, with the same trees being re-picked approximately 10 times over the harvest to give a good 85% main grade return.


Malawi's main branded export coffee is called Mzuzu after the northern capital city from where Malawi's coffee industry is mainly run. The Makoka Valley plantations cater extremely well for their workers, with education, housing, clinics and full family benefits.


Description

Flavour Notes

Plum - Gooseberry - Butterscotch

Facts

Makoka Valley coffee is from the Southern Thyolo district of Malawi, which was first planted out in 1979. The altitude here varies from 3000 to 3400 feet with terrain of rolling valleys, steepish slopes and patches of indigenous forest retained between the fields of coffee. The soils are a mixture of clay and alluvial, contributing to the unique fruity taste. The coffees are all hand-picked red cherry, with the same trees being re-picked approximately 10 times over the harvest to give a good 85% main grade return.

Malawi's main branded export coffee is called Mzuzu after the northern capital city from where Malawi's coffee industry is mainly run. The Makoka Valley plantations cater extremely well for their workers, with education, housing, clinics and full family benefits.

Details

Flavour Profiles Caramel, Citrus & Lemon, Plum & Berries

Delivery

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0-500g £9.50

501g - 1kg £16.00

1kg - 1.5kg £23.00

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Reviews

Yum!
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This is my favourite coffee. From the very first sip, there is a deep warm flavour of chocolate. I order it every single time now. Absolutely delicious!
Solid and reliable
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This simple coffee was a welcome change for me, having delighted in an intricate 1kg Ethiopian Yirgacheffe the past months. It's a reasonably bright coffee, dry fruits and chocolate for me and a reliable day time cup. I've drunk it espresso and dripped, and think it offers more as an espresso. It plays well with Ben Webster's hard blowing ballads.

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