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Bathala: Ikapati 🇵🇭 Liberica GCC Silver Award winner

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Original price ₱550.00 - Original price ₱550.00
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ALL Sold out! Thank you everyone for supporting Laguna Liberica! We’ll put up new Laguna Liberica offerings this November. If you guys enjoyed this coffee please keep supporting our local offerings. 

Global Coffee Championship Silver Award Winner 

This very special coffee was processed using a proprietary blend of 🇵🇭 endemic microorganisms that bring out beautiful floral aromas and clean tropical flavor notes from the coffee.

Capturing the silver award proves that picking ripe and using fully controlled fermentation and processing techniques can bring out a delicate rose water aroma, intense pineapples, melona ice cream flavors, and high fructose sweetness in the cup. Paring this Liberica coffee full cream Korean milk taste simply out of this world amazing!!

Project Bathala 2022 

Inspired by ancient Filipino folklore, where deities bestow gifts of knowledge and bountiful harvests to our ancestors, comes "Bathala."  

Rosas

Species  Liberica
Varietal Liberica
Origin Santa Maria Laguna, Philippines  
Process Anaerobic Washed - Innnoculted with a Special 
blend of 🇵🇭 endemic microorganisms
Flavor Notes

Delicate rose water aroma, intense pineapples, melona ice cream flavors, and high fructose sweetness in the cup

Taste Bal

High Sweetness, Medium high Acidity, Low bitterness, Medium Saltiness, Medium Umami 

 

Liberica is a rare and unique species of coffee that is known for its low caffeine content, low bitterness, and high sweetness. Henry and Sons have discovered that by applying unique post-harvest methodologies and specifically cultured and blended non-saccharomyces yeast, we can bring out the full potential of Liberica coffees.

Ikapati: Coffee with Intense Flavors, Powerful tropical fruit qualities, and Unique boozy flavors.

"Bathala" is the result of the revolutionary project of Henry and Sons under its social advocacy arm, Foundation for Sustainable Coffee Excellence, in partnership with the coffee communities around the Philippines.The Origin: Santa Maria Laguna.

According to historical data, Tabuco (which was the old name of Cabuyao) Laguna is one of the original locations where Augustinian friars planted coffee in the In 1881. During that period, records show that our national hero Jose Rizal enjoyed sipping his Laguna coffee while writing his novels Noli Me Tángere and El Filibusterismo while he was in the Philippines during 1887-1889.