Matthew Algie launches new micro-lot coffees

By Daniel Woolfson

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Matthew Algie launches new micro-lot coffees

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Independent coffee roaster Matthew Algie has launched a selection of hand-roasted, micro-lot coffees.

The selection consists of two single origin coffees; Tana Toraja and Fazenda Santa Lucia, harvested in Indonesia and south-eastern Brazil.

Accompanying them is espresso blend Balthazar’s Brew, made up of a combination of Nicaraguan and Indonesian coffee.

Ewan Reid, technical director at Matthew Algie, said: “Each of our hand-roasted coffees celebrates an individual farm’s unique terroir through carefully developed and evolving roast profiles.”

“All Matthew Algie coffee is ethically sourced and traceable, but what makes the hand roasted-coffees different is the direct sourcing of the most outstanding one-off micro-lots, often an entire crop, from individual farmers.”

Tana Toraja and Fazenda Santa Lucia will both retail at £47.50/10x 250g, with Balthazar’s Brew priced at £39/4x 500g.

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