Some of the most exciting fresh crop coffees to hit the Climpson's range.
Regular Climpson & Sons customers will probably have noticed that over the last few months, our selection has had a strong focus on flavours from Central America. We've featured coffees from Guatemala, El Salvador, Costa Rica and Panama, revisiting old favourites from last year's range and introducing some new ones into the line up. As a coffee growing region, Central America is perpetually developing, and the results each year we've come back have grown progressively more rewarding.
With that said, like the changing of the seasons, so too will our range here be shifting as we head into the final weeks of 2016. We're excited to have some new characters entering the range as well as a familiar name or two coming back into the fold.
On that note, we're pleased to announce that the Seasonal/Christmas Espresso for 2016 will be the Rwanda Musasa Ruli, which we first introduced earlier this year as a standout on our stall during the London Coffee Festival. Rwanda is a unique region for coffee growing, and the ecological conditions are as significant as the unavoidable political factors when considering the sourcing of coffee from this part of the world.
In that spirit, we're also excited to have two new Rwandan coffees alongside the Musasa Ruli, the washed Kilimbi and an incredible natural coffee from the Rugali washing station. The former comes from new facility built on the shores of Lake Kivu, while the latter is situated next to the village of Rwamiko. The Rugali in particular is notable because this year is the first time it has been legal to export natural processed Rwandan coffees. We have our friends at Raw Material to thank for these, in both cases the result of their work in the country to build sustainable coffee processing infrastructure.
For The Fields, our unique specialty espresso, we have the Rosa Abad from Ecuador replacing the hugely popular Las Lajas. We haven't had a coffee from this part of the world before so we're really excited to branch out into new territories with this one. The coffee is named for it's farmer, one of the few women working in the male dominated coffee farming industry, and it will be a great way to round out what we've been focusing on with The Fields over the last 12 months. We also have a new Colombian in the La Estrella that will also be coming into rotation over the next week or so, which has been tasting particularly great in our morning batch brew here at the roastery.
As always, the best place to try any of our coffees is at our flagship cafe on Broadway Market, and you can also get your hands on them on our webshop. Happy brewing.