Giorgia: Hi, folks. Giorgia here from Timely with a quick update for feature coffee subscribers. You'll be receiving coffee from Raimutin Community Wet Mill this week. So this coffee comes from Timor-Leste and it was grown in the municipality of Ermera in the village of Lauana. So coffee producers harvested the coffee in the surrounding area and they brought it to Raimutin Community Wet Mill where it was processed and dried. An interesting fact about this coffee is that in this area the coffee is largely forest grown. That means it's very likely that it is growing under the shade of the canopy in the forest. So there are many, many benefits to having coffee that is forest grown. Some of these include things like having natural pest control because there's a greater biodiversity. So you have things like birds eating tiny pests that could affect the coffee plants, things like improved soil quality from having such a rich biodiversity, protection from soil erosion as well. All these different things that can really benefit the coffee plant, but also these things can mitigate the use of fertilisers or pesticides.
So in environments like this, farmers might not have to use as much or any pesticides or fertilisers for their crops, which just makes it way more sustainable for them and for the environment. So another cool thing about this coffee is that we assigned the colour pink to it. We think that. So that means that we think that this coffee is approachable. So this coffee is very much like a daily driver a kind of coffee. It's got notes of red apple, a bit of chocolate and sort of like a hazelnut finish. It's the kind of coffee you can sort of just keep drinking. And we've been drinking it all week and we really like it. So we think you will as well. And yeah, that's all I got for you this week, folks. So I hope you enjoy this coffee and I'll see you next time. Thanks very much. Out to Raimutin Community Wetwiller. I got spooked. Can I do it with my eyes closed? Everyone, stop.