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  • David Kim has a uniquely "matter of fact" voice in the coffee industry, and while I could say plenty about David and who he is, I'll leave it at this: the focus and attention to detail that David has shown in his competition routines (he competed at World Brewer's Cup 2019) is fully evident in everything he's doing with David Kim Coffee. Oh yeah, and the coffee is delicious.

    Keeping things as simple as possible, David sorts his coffee into six different labels, each with its own consistent "personality". Right now, six of those labels are available. 

    KIYALO

    This Maracaturra under KIYALO is a Honey Processed. You can expect Citrus Fruit dominate with notes of orchard fruits and floral teas.

    The coffees in DK’s Selection are special and all offer a unique tasting experience. David has high standards for what makes this selection, with taste being the top priority. Because of this, DK’s Selection coffees will only available on a rotational basis. Savour them while they’re here.

    Origin: Colombia
    Region: Narino
    Farm: La Indonesia
    Producer: Frank Torres
    Altitude: 1800 masl
    Varietals: Maracaturra
    Processing Method: Honey. 

    Frank's processing method description: After cherry selection, Frank begins an anaerobic process which lasts between 24 to 36 hours in plastic tanks. Pressure in these tanks are released every 5-6 hours. Temperature is also monitored throughout to ensure it stays within an ideal range. In the next stage, he depulps the coffee and dries it on patios with some mucilage left on the coffee beans. During the first 36 hours of drying, the coffee undergoes slow fermentation in a cooler atmosphere that provokes lactic metabolism to achieve a silkier texture in the final cup.

  • Quantity: 250g

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Ryan G. (Airdrie, CA)

Very good brewed with a V60

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Ryan G. (Airdrie, CA)

Very good brewed with a V60