Must Dash Blend 2013

Summary

Bean name Must Dash Blend 2013
Other info Blend - see description for bean content

Description

Available Roasted Beans Only

This is the 11th in a new line of guest coffee blends that we are introducing in 2013. Each month there will be a new blend, for which there will be an original label in a different style of bag, and of which there will only be 500 made. Each bag will be marked with a unique, limited edition number.

These are the blends most roasters would be scared to share with you, but not us fearless souls at Has Bean Towers where we think the unthinkable.

In the cup think unbalanced, off-the-wall experiments that are tasty but never normal, and are always a bit unusual and pushing the boundaries.

The inspiration for this comes from the now infamous Movember. During November each year, Movember is responsible for the sprouting of millions of moustaches around the world. With their “Mo’s” men raise vital funds and awareness for prostate and testicular cancer and mental health. As an independent global charity, Movember’s vision is to have an everlasting impact on the face of men’s health. Here at Has Bean we are all supporting this (even the girls), and you can too, as 50p from every bag of this coffee we sell we will give to Movember.

Each bag will also contain your chance (even the girls again) to get involved. We encourage you to send us pictures of you and your mo!

So What is in Must Dash ? Well its brought to us by two of our Mo (moustache) loving producers, one from El Salvador in Alejandro Martinez, Argentina Piletas Bourbon Natural, and Daniel Cardoso Murcia with his Washed Colombian from Finca Las Brisas.

60% Argentina Piletas Bourbon Natural
40% Colombia Las Brisas Washed

In the cup expect some funky sherry tones and stewed dark fruits with a whisker of milk chocolate and creamy mouthfeel.

Cupping notes

Clean cup None/8
Sweetness None/8
Acidity None/8
Mouthfeel None/8
Flavour None/8
Aftertaste None/8
Balance None/8
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