No Boundaries Brew | Filter Coffee | Caravan Coffee Roasters


No Boundaries Brew

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The No Boundaries blend champions delicious coffee grown by women as part of our Female Producer Programme. Expect a burst of balanced acidity and plenty of sugary sweetness. Our signature filter craft coffee blend celebrates our belief that nothing connects us like sharing a table with one and all.

The latest version features fresh harvest lots from two origins: Peru and Rwanda, both processed in the washed style. These two components complement each other perfectly, with bright and sunny flavours.

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  • Origin

    Peru; Rwanda

  • Regions

    San Ignacio; Muhanga

  • Varietal

    Caturra, Pache, Gesha, Catimor;
    Red Bourbon

  • Elevation

    1600+ meters

  • Producers

    Lida Marleny Garcia; members of Sholi Women’s Association, growing on a community-owned plot

  • Process

    Washed


    As the seasons change, we welcome fresh coffees into our blends to ensure that what’s in your cup is as vibrant and dynamic as the day it left port. This seasonal emphasis is balanced by our strict sourcing and roasting standards which ensure that each blend remains true to form and flavour profile, even as components come and go, keeping things lively.

    The latest arrival to our signature filter blend is a lot from Lida Marleny Garcia, a 28 year old coffee farmer who brings heaps of enthusiasm and ambition to her work – not only with coffee, but raising bees for honey, free range chickens for eggs, and other crops like bananas and avocados. Lida is a new member of La Prosperidad de Chirinos, a cooperative in the San Ignacio region of northern Peru that focuses on sustainable, organic farming methods and high quality, traceable coffees for their customers around the world. Lida has taken a round-about path to coffee, having trained in computer studies at university before marrying her husband, Nilter, who is an agricultural technician. Nilter encouraged her to become a member of Chirinos, where she brings her curiosity and optimism to the production of organic coffee, such as the lot we purchased for this season’s No Boundaries blend.

    The second half of the blend comes from our partnership with the Sholi Co-operative, located in Central Rwanda. Our quality team spent hours with the Sholi quality team – via Zoom due to the pandemic – calibrating and deliberating over last year’s coffees as a way to improve both team’s understanding of Sholi’s coffees. This lot was processed in the washed style, traditional for Rwanda, where ripe cherries are depulped and fermented in large open air tanks for up to 24 hours before being ‘washed’ clean and laid to dry on raised beds. The resulting coffee is incredibly clean and sweet, with a balanced acidity – exactly what we look for when we source for No Boundaries.

      

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    BREWING GUIDE 



    We select and roast each component of our signature filter blend for sweetness and balance, to shine in your cup with or without milk. Our latest blend has a big pop of acidity while remaining easy to brew and drink – try starting with our go-to recipe of 60g per litre of fresh, filtered water and adjust to taste. For more brew tips and tricks, visit our Brew Guides.