Minimalism Coffee + Mocha T-shirt · Man

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Description

Syra Coffee x Minimalism

Women's 100% organic cotton t-shirt. Made in Portugal.

  • Illustration size: 5x7cm
  • High-quality 180-gram 100% combed cotton
  • Easy ironing
  • Recommended washing at 30°C
  • Comfort, durability, quality and utility for day to day

250 grams of Colombian coffee, Pink Bourbon variety, grown at an altitude of between 1,650 and 1,700 meters above sea level.

It presents notes of mandarin, blackberry, black tea, vanilla, floral. It fits perfectly with the arrival of spring: fruity, floral, sweet and aromatic.

It will arrive at your house in these bags in grain format. If you don't have a coffee grinder at home, you can stop by one of the Syra Coffee stores and they will grind it for you.

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special collaboration

For the Minimalism team, coffee has become a basic and something to continue learning about (varieties, roasts, origins, coffee machines...). So we wanted to pay him a little tribute.

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Origin

In 2016, Luz Divia “Sandy” Fierro and her husband Elpidio “Pillo” Carrillo moved to the El Mesón farm in the Huila region. On this land they planted 20,000 Pink Bourbon variety coffee plants. This coffee that you are about to buy comes from the first batch of trees that Sandy and Pillo planted in 2017 .

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workers

The family continuously employs 5 workers throughout the year who help with the upkeep of the farm. This number of workers rises to 15 in harvest season. Permanent workers receive daily payment for the provision of their services. Punctual collectors charge per kilo collected.

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Process

Once the grains have been collected and selected, they are fermented for 36 hours. After this process, it is left to dry in the sun for 18 days. Finally it is grouped and distributed.