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I think this is currently one of the world’s most expensive coffees (I could be wrong?), and I’ve been lucky enough to have got hold of some from Darkwoods Coffee, in Huddersfield, as well as a great selection of others.
Apparently, this one sold at auction for an insane amount of ££ per kilo. I don’t remember the exact details though.
I’m so happy to have been given a chance to try this.. it’s a bit mind blowing, if you’re really into coffee! It’s almost like beer, or Guinness at times. And if you like natural processed coffee like I do, then you’ll love the funkiness this has!
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This coffee recently set a record of selling for over $5000/kg in Ninety Plus’s very first online coffee auction.
Lot 227 is, without a doubt, one of the most impressive and transformative coffees Ninety Plus has ever produced. Utilized by 2017 World Brewers Cup Champion, Chad Wang, to dominate open service scoring in all rounds of the world championships, the flavor of this coffee is the most intense representation of the newly discovered coffee taste profile of the José Alfredo Gesha Series. Equaling Coffee Review’s highest score ever at 97 points, 227 is complex almost beyond description, but here are some words utilized by 2014 World Brewing Champion, Stefanos Domatiotis, on consecutive mornings: white peach, narcissus, grapefruit zest, lilac, loquat, raspberry, jackfruit, lyric, buoyant, cacao nib, star anise, guava, cola, wisteria, dried orange, maple syrup, plush, velvety, the color pink.