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Haiti High Elevation Blue Pine

SKU HAITIBLUEPINE

Starting at $9.75 $8.58 / lb
As low as $7.33 / lb
raw green bean Green coffee is raw Roast prior to consumption

This coffee is from APCAB Coop which has a total of 680 growers. APCAB coffees are known for being smooth and creamy and are Shade Grown which is a rarity in Haiti to have that kind of forest cover. The cooperative is paid roughly 300% higher wages than the Fair Trade minimum, not out of charity, but for having an exceptional product.

Cupping Score: 86

Cupping Notes: Three hand chosen varietals that provide smooth coffee, with balanced natural sweetness and floral notes. Clean smooth body. Low in acidity, and sweet undertones. Floral aromas.

Coffee Bean Matrix Attributes

  • CountryHaiti
  • Organic CertificationNo
  • Fair Trade CertifiedNo
  • Rainforest Alliance CertifiedNo
  • ProcessWashed
  • DecaffeinatedNo
  • Altitude (meters)1300 masl
  • Brightness:5
  • Body:5
  • Aroma:4
  • Complexity:4
  • Balance:6
  • Sweetness:7
  • Spicy:-
  • Chocolaty:light bean
  • Buttery:medium bean
  • Flowery:medium bean
  • Winey:-
  • Earthy:-
  • RegionCentral Plateau
  • VarietyTypica, Blue Mountain
  • HarvestFeb-April
  • DryingWashed, Sun Dry

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by on October 14, 2021

One minute past the first crack. The roast has good aroma, strong body and smooth, Definitely a win in my book

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by on March 14, 2021

I like this coffee! Extremely smooth; roasted to a nice medium roast using a Gene Café roaster. Run at full heat (482 deg. F) about a 1.5 minutes past the first crack. (The very first crack you hear) Then lower the temperature to 420 deg. F for about 4 min. Let the machine go into auto cool down (COL). Let sit overnight to degas. Thank you Coffee Bean Corral for carrying such a nice product and not only that, but at such a nice price point!

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by on January 18, 2021

Roasted to just past 1st crack. After resting 24 hours and brewing with a 30 second bloom, it felt underdeveloped. It almost had a hint of chaff in the cup, even though there was no chaff left on the beans. It’s definitely a unique cup, but I feel this one would be best as part of a blend rather than SO. I haven’t tried it as espresso yet. When I roast the next 1/2 pound, I’ll probably take it just into 2nd crack and see if that helps develop the flavor profile.

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by on December 15, 2020

This coffee is the star in my blend, with Brazil & Honduran honey rabbit. It was my favorite coffee before I started blending.

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by on December 8, 2020

Roasted to City Plus. Very aromatic, smooth, with hint of chocolate and sweet. Long lingering sweet aftertaste.

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by on July 17, 2020

This was the first time in roasting, grinding, brewing, cupping (yes we did), and tasting this. We were already fans of 'Haitian Blue' and it is on our reorder list of favorites and must constantly have on hand. But this one, 'The Haitian High Elevation Blue Pine' will also be on our favorite list and reorder. It is bright and complex and yet still smooth and enjoyable. We have never really tried 'cupping' before this and not even sure if it was done correctly? But first, just the aroma, then slurpy-sipping was great. Allowed to cool and the aromas and complexity was even more pronounced. Roasted this and the 'Haitian Blue' separately both at 1/2 pounds and both medium into the second crack. We did this to compare. There is no comparison between the two! Both are unique! Both are different! Both are great! What's wrong with that? Nothing!! :) PS Impatient me of course, did this same day of roasting. Huge difference 24 and 48 after roasting! :)

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by on April 2, 2020

Don't know yet. Just roasted yesterday. I do love the bag though.

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by on February 19, 2020

Was looking for something other than my usual (and favorite) Ethiopian Yirgacheffe that also had a low acidic, citrusy profile. Was not disappointed.

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by on August 14, 2019

I’ve had Blue Pine Haitian Coffee before before an totally enjoyed it! And this coffee is living up to what I’ve had before! So I give Coffee Bean Corral five stars, as I also give to the coffee itself!

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