V60 Recipe | Peru El Diamante

Recipe

With this recipe we get a very delicate and round drink, with a juicy acidity and a super silky body. We can find citrus, floral aromas and a very marked sweetness of honey.

  • (fine grind – 18 clicks with Comandante c40)
  • Water: 250g at 96°C

This is the structure of the recipe:

  • Bloom 50g
  • @00:30 up to 150g (50/50 central pour, spiral pour)
  • @01:15 up to 250g (50/50 central pour, spiral pour)
  • @2:40 total brew time aprox.

Recipe based on results with Hario V60 Ceramic, comandante c40 grinder and 100ppm water.


The Coffee

El Diamante is one of the closest producing areas to the city of Jaen. It is one of the few areas in Jaen to have protected forests, which are home to a variety of flora and fauna native to the region. Daniel Chilcon owns 3 hectares in El Diamante village of San Jose de Lourdes. Cherries are picked as ripe as possible before being pre-fermented overnight. This extended fermentation and cherry maceration gives the cup a pronounced fruity note which complements the pronounced citric acidity that comes from the high altitude.

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