Breakfast Wine Blend
The very first blend we created here at Hot Numbers, and we love it! Named after a jazz standard by American trumpeter Bobby Shaw, we think this Breakfast Wine blend exemplifies our crowd pleasing coffee perfectly. This smooth and balanced blend features the rich, chocolatey notes of Brazilian beans, complemented by the bright, citrusy flavours of Ethiopian coffee. The presence of butterscotch notes adds a touch of caramelised sweetness and a hint of toffee, rounding out the flavour profile for a cup that's both indulgent and complex. Perfect for those who love a classic coffee with a twist!
||Chocolate | Butterscotch | Citrus
Our first blend, mixing chocolatey, nutty Brazilian with a lively, punchy Ethiopian coffee.
Buriso Amaje – Ethiopia
Buriso Amaje is a naturally processed coffee with a clean, fruity profile. It is named after the farmer, and Dambi, the name of the village where his farm is located in north-west Ethiopia. The lot numbers refer to drying stations on the farm – Buriso has two sites on his 10ha farm. This group of farmers in Sidama all have between 3 and 12 hectares and all have their own export licenses, however this year they have assigned Buriso Amaje as their group leader and he has coordinated the milling and export of the coffee alongside the Falcon team in Addis.
Fazenda Pantano – Brazil
Fazenda Pântano is located in the Cerrado close to the city of Patos de Minas, Brazil. The farm sits at an altitude of 1,150 metres and covers a total area of 550 hectares. More than 300 hectares of the land are allocated to permanent natural forest reserves, which is six times more than the legal requirement under Brazilian law. The farm grows over 200 varietals, most of which are in experimental production. The farm works closely with the Brazilian Coffee Research Institute to experiment with processing and flavour.
Breakfast wine is named after the jazz standard by American trumpeter Bobby Shaw