ONE BLACK, THE OTHER WHITE
Because HAYB love to play pianos!
And all this because we ended up with two Rwandans from the same washing station: Nova in Kigali province. Some players would argue if you could find the best notes on black or whites, but we all agree they sound best when played together.
These are the black keys – literally, ladies, this is where BERRIES play! The color is classic, and that goes along with it because this coffee is of natural processing. Everything going on here is according to the art: the fruits laid out for drying, with no pre-processing, are drying on shaded beds, and the washing station workers take care to keep the humidity at the right level during the process. When the whole batch dries evenly, we have singing results – high, fruity sweetness and a dense body. That’s something they don’t play in the washed version!
Choose if you want to play the entire partiture. Overwhelmed? Let them play on their own – solo natural sweetness or bright fruits from the washed variant – they sound good too.