Australia’s Green Cauldron, in Federal in the Northern rivers district of New South Wales, is a mysterious melting pot of rich volcanic earth, deep green rainforest, breathtaking scenery, shining blue waters and rare Gondwanan (prehistoric) wildlife.
The soil of the Green Cauldron is as rich and black as a cup of coffee brewed from its regional beans. The combination of climate, mountains, and subtropical micro-climate in the caldera brilliantly mimics the high altitude regions in Africa and South America where the world’s finest coffee is grown. The array of biodiversity in the surrounding Gondwana Rainforests contributes to the robust flavour of Green Cauldron Coffee. All the most unique plants and animals of the Australian continent live there together in harmony. The strategic location in the mild southern hemisphere has less exposure to pests and diseases that plague plantations near the equator.
Green Cauldron Estate has been growing, roasting and selling only the finest free trade coffee since day one. Green Cauldron Coffee grow an Arabica variety of coffee bean known as the K7. The Arabica K7 coffee been originated in Muhoroni, Kenya. The coffee beans are picked mechanically then transferred to the Green Cauldron processing facility on site.
Roasting a cup of exceptionally smooth and fragrant coffee requires a delicate hand and split second timing. Cupping at an impressive 83.50, the coffee is rich and fruity with a slight citrus aspect, with medium acidity and medium body.