This experimental lot from Kudiraipanjan Estate in the Servarayan Hills yields a jammy, creamy cup with notes of honeyed melons and green apple. A quick, clean finish ends with hints of freshly picked, sweet raspberries.
The Lactic Fermentation process creates an environment allowing for the growth of Lactic Acid bacteria. The process takes place under anaerobic conditions (reduced oxygen environment) with the continuous scrutiny of sugar levels, oxygen and pH. The bacteria generate Lactic Acid that influences the flavor profile of the coffee. Following this process, the coffee is cleaned and dried under shade with the drying controlled until the desirable moisture level is achieved.