Windmill Street Coffee - Costa Rican Fatima Red Bourbon Anaerobic Natural

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This fabulous Red Bourbon is grown by the Facusse family on their farm, Finca Tres Milagros, in Higuito, San Jose region at an altitude of 1550 masl. Cherries are handpicked and then lightly fermented in polypropylene bags for 48 hours. A secondary, anaerobic fermentation then occurs in sealed tanks for 96 hours before a 20 day drying period. There follows a further 2 to 3 month resting period before milling and export. The result is an exceptionally sweet coffee that oozes fruity flavours.

We produce this coffee in both espresso and filter roasts.

Tasting notes: clementine; cream; brown sugar; pineapple; orange; plum.

Espresso recipe: 20g in, 40ml out, 26-27 seconds

  • Pure Arabica
Blends / Original:
  • Blended Coffee

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Packing & Grinding

With one exception (1Kg Beans) EVERY pack of Drury coffee sold via this website is prepared to order. We weigh, grind (if required) and pack your coffee in our heat-sealed foil bags which are equipped with a one-way valve that allows the freshly roasted coffee to release its wonderful-smelling aromas without letting any oxygen in, ensuring your coffee stays fresher for longer.

We can supply our coffee in the following grinds, in ascending particle size:

Filter Fine
For all paper filters/drip coffee

For electric and lever espresso machines.*.

Moka Express
For all stove-top espresso brewers.

Medium Grind
For permanent filters and perculators.

For French Press or plunger coffee makers.

Whole Beans
For grinding at home.

* We calibrate our espresso grind using commercial espresso equipment to give an average across ALL machines and cannot grind specifically for different models. If your machine is particularly sensitive to variation in grind we recommend grinding at home.

A note on Aeropress coffee makers: one of the Aeropress’s great strengths is its flexibility in brewing - dose weight, grind and extracting pressure all have a part to play in this. For that reason one can select any grind from espresso to cafetiere for use in the Aeropress, depending on personal preference. For those new to this form of brewing we would recommend starting off with a medium ground coffee and taking it from there.