Years ago, privateers circled the globe in search of the finest treasures, trading their finds along well-worn routes with other seasoned merchants. Gems, silks, spices, teas and coffees were among the highly-valued items. Steeped in this rich cultural tradition and deeply-forged relationships, Privateer's Reserve is a rare collection of delicious single-serving coffees that burst with natural flavors and fragrances.
This is a truly unique, rare and delicious collection of single-serving pour over coffees crafted for those who enjoy the character, nuance and complex flavor of fine coffees.
We are committed to exploring and sharing with you delicious new coffees, so the Privateer's Reserve menu will change from time-to-time as we discover more great types. Get these ones while they last!
The Limited Edition box truly celebrates the essence of our Special Process Series -- to explore and share amazing coffees that were uniquely processed by innovative farmers. This edition includes three fantastic coffees from two top coffee producing nations -- Costa Rica and Colombia. Costa Rica has become an innovative coffee processing leader, producing amazing coffees by a variety of unique methods. For this Limited Edition box, we included two raisin honey process selections from Canet in the Tarrazu region, an area well-known for producing high-quality coffees. Both additions are from the Musician Series -- Bach and Mozart. Aptly named for their complexity and style, these coffees are elegant, yet distinctive and rich with delicious natural flavors. Raisin honey processing increases the natural sweetness that drives delightful fruit forward notes. These two selections have quickly risen to 'favorite status' among the TRIBO Coffee team.
The Limited Edition also includes a wonderful IPA Natural selection from Colombia's Huila Pitalito region. Inspired by the craft beer fermentation process, this delicious coffee captured its delightful flavors through a mix of heat and anaerobic fermentation where the coffee spent 80 hours in sealed cans before being dried naturally in the sun. The result is an amazing coffee that's rich with body and bursting with passion fruit, cherry and caramel flavors, to name a few. These are absolutely wonderful coffees. Get them while they last!
Ethiopia is known for producing some of the world's most delicious natural process coffees that burst with fruit flavors, and the Yirgacheffe region produces some that are truly unique. Coffees from this region can be elegant, complex and enjoyably unusual. This delightful natural process derived from the Yirgacheffe region's well-known Aricha station is no exception. We roasted it light in order to maintain the bean's natural flavors. From the moment you open your pouch to the final sip you will enjoy delicious marmalade, blueberry and peach notes. Let your cup cool a bit to tease out even more delightful flavors. Enjoy!
Process: dry natural
Best Brewing Temp: 90-92C/194-197F
Flavor Notes: marmalade | blueberry | peach
This delightful passion honey-processed single origin from the Brunca region is wonderfully representative of both the country's unique farming techniques and our exciting new Special Process Series. With passion honey coffees, bean drying time is extended in order to enhance sweetness and fruit flavor. We roasted this Costa Rican medium to tap into its rich, natural sweetness. You can look forward to pleasing brown sugar, clementine and raisin notes.
Process: passion honey
Best Brewing Temp: 90-92C/194-197F
Flavor Notes: clementine | brown sugar | raisin
The Process Variety combines five of our delicious special process coffees plus an additional complimentary one into this fantastic set. This is truly a wonderful selection of coffees that represent some of the industry's best origins and most interesting processing methods, including winey-natural, anaerobic honey and 72hrs fermentation, to name a few. Coffees processed by these unique methods are known to have deliciously vibrant profiles that are rich with natural fruit notes, as well as delightful moments of wine, tea, candy and more. This is a must try selection for any coffee lover!
+ Colombia 'Flor Lichi' Double Anaerobic
JESUITS TO JUAN VALDEZ & BEYOND
It is thought that coffee was introduced to Colombia by the Jesuits in the 1700s. Later in the mid-1900s Juan Valdez and his mule became the country's coffee icon. Anyone who drank coffee recognized Juan's image. Today the country has several well-defined coffee regions that produce an impressive variety of coffees ranging from full-bodied and heavy to vibrant and fruity.
NATIONAL COFFEE RESEARCH CENTRE
Located high in central Colombia between 1,700 - 2,100m, the Villamaria region exists as part of Caldas, a region known for growing some of the best coffees in the country. This area is also home to the nation's National Coffee Research Centre, which may explain how local farmers are successfully exploring unique process methods.
72 HRS FERMENTATION NATURAL
After being hand picked, ripe red coffee cherries are fermented in a temperature and ph-controlled space for 72 hours, which is 24-48hrs longer than usual. As a result, coffees processed by this method lean deliciously into winey and stone fruit notes. We roasted medium-light in order to maintain much of the bean's natural flavor. Look forward to enjoying a profile that includes black currant, cherry and winey notes, to name a few.
Available in each box of The Process Variety.
Roast: medium light
Best Brew Temp: 90-92C/194-197F
Flavor Notes: black currant | winey | cherry
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