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Instant Coffee - Benti Nenka Worasa

apricot, blackberry, floral
COFFEE FACTS
  • HARVEST: November, 2018-January, 2019
  • LOCATION: West Guji Zone, Hambela Wamena District, Benti Nenka Kebele
  • ELEVATION: 1925m-2110m
  • PROCESS: Washed by Fermentation
  • STORAGE: Green coffee frozen to preserve freshness
Yes, we did it! We made an instant coffee!

Well, not us, but our friends at Sudden Coffee, who have the proprietary technique made it happen, and the coffee tastes amazing!

Historically, we have relegated instant coffee to the lowest of the lows when it comes to quality coffee. Instant coffee is usually made with low grade (i.e. low quality) coffee and made with an industrialized method of dehydrating that further degrades the taste of the already low quality coffee.

We first experienced Sudden Coffee’s method and we were instantly (no pun intended) impressed. The coffee tasted similar to how it tastes when brewed using a normal method (like a V60). We followed their progress for several years and waited until they made enough improvements to their process to properly represent our coffees. We then contacted Sudden and made plans for this batch of instant, using our Benti Nenta Worasa Ethiopian coffee. The results have surpassed all of our expectations - the instant coffee retained many of the qualities of the Benti that we love so much. When we taste it blind against a fresh brew of the Benti filter roast, we're stunned by the resemblance. 

The best part of this coffee is its sheer convenience. It comes in a recyclable tube, which gets diluted with 10-12 oz of hot water. You stir well and that’s it!

Sudden’s method involves first brewing the coffee carefully and methodically in order to best extract its nuanced flavours. They then dehydrate via freeze-drying by using a vacuum instead of heat. They freeze dry coffee because it preserves fragile aromatic molecules. Traditional instant coffee is spray-dried with heat, which leaves an ashy bitter taste and is partly to blame for why instant coffee has such a bad rap.

After freeze drying, the coffee is finally packaged in air-tight, nitro-flushed, recyclable tubes.

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