Update on activity at Mountain Top Coffee May 2021

May 10, 2021

 

Greetings. Our yearly crop is still some months off but is looking very promising in terms of yield and quality. At about this time of year our microlot drops off the menu. This is because it is premium coffee and its optimum time span is up to about 6 months post-harvest. The flavour difference is only small - and in some ways it improves, but our standards dictate that we revert it to our 'Bin 478' label. Rotating it thus is our usual practice. So please bear in mind those who favour our microlot that the washed coffee we use in it is the same as used for the Bin 478. Our price isn't altering and we regard it as bargain value for rare Australian specialty, single origin coffee.

 

In other news we have purchased a destoner for our roaster as insurance against any small stones that may get through the destoners in our green coffee mill. We haven't any bad incidents to our knowledge as yet in this regard but want to full proof for the sake of our customer's grinders. 


Also, thanks to those expressing concern in regard to an injury to my thumb in March. Recovery is going well and I am resuming my normal hours, Bernie.  

Quote for our times "Change is not an option, it is the ONLY option"
- C Castaneda




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