The Tocotucan blend was a joint effort between Per'La and a few of their most discerning customers with the goal to make a coffee that was supremely versatile, both as a drip and as an espresso. They specifically named this coffee Tocotucan as a subtle nod to the beautiful tropical bird with the complex and fruity Ethiopian component represented by the beak and the consistently delicious Brazilian Cerrado represented by the bird's body. We tasted chocolate, apple, berries, and almond.
Bag Size: 12oz
Roast: Medium - Dark
Origin: Ethiopia, Brazil
Elevation: 950 - 2,200 MASL
Varietal: Heirloom, Bourbon, Mondo Novo Hybrid, Catuai
Process: Naturally processed
Roaster Tasting Notes: Ripe Cherry, Raspberry, Milk Chocolate
We tasted: Chocolate, apple, berries, and almond
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Per’La Specialty Roasters was founded in 2015 by college friends Chris Nolte and Paul Massard. Their goal was simple, to develop, implement, and deliver customized, roasted to order coffee solutions in a way that is uncommon in the specialty coffee industry. Since its founding, Florida-based Per’La has received both local and national accolades and boasts a portfolio of coffee partners that are among the leaders in the hospitality industry.
Per’La follows a roast-to-order model to ensure maximum freshness of product for its coffee partners and relies on direct relationships with coffee farmers at origin to source its award-winning lineup.
This is a very versatile coffee that tastes great as both a pour over and an espresso. This coffee also pairs well with milk.
For espresso we recommend 19 grams in for 36 grams out with 27 second brew time.
For pour over we recommend 1:15 coffee to water ratio brewed over three minutes.