Finca San Jerónimo Miramar is a stunning and ecologically diverse farm situated in the Atitlán region of Guatemala. The owner-operators of the farm, the Bressani family, treat the environment, employees, and their community with a deep level of care. A large portion of the farm is a private nature reserve, and they also host a lab to research natural methods for reducing fungi and pests in coffee. They also operate a dairy, producing a variety of cheeses and creams on-site, and the cows they nurture on the farm are a key part of the overall biodynamic system.

Coffee San Jeronimo de Miramar
Producer Bressani Family
Variety Gesha
Process Honey
Altitude 1800 masl
Sourced By Coffee Bird
Region Atitlán
Country Guatemala
Harvest October/November to April/May

Advised brewing method, V60

Coffee: 18g
Grind: a little bit coarser than your usual V60 setting for washed coffees
Water: 70 ppm
Water temp: 94 °C
Water: 288 g
Coffee to water ratio: 1/16


Recipe (by @orkunustel)

Pre-infusion; time: 0 - 0.30; 58 g of water
No agitation! Just pour circular and wait!

First pour; time: 0.30 - 1.00; 82 g of water
Pour until you see 140 g on your scale at 10 seconds and wait until 1:00

Second pour; time: 1.00 - 1.30; 70 g of water
Pour until you see 210 g on your scale at 10 seconds and wait until 1:30

Final pour; time: 1.45 - 2.30; 78 g of water
Pour until you see 288 g on your scale at 15 seconds and target time to finalize brewing is "2:30"

For further information please see the interview: http://www.coffee-bird.com/blog/cbq3-g-sj-miramar/
Instagram page of the farm: https://www.instagram.com/fincasanjeronimo/

Enjoy <3

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