Colombia is synonymous with good coffee, and the country produces more washed arabica beans than any other. But while the overall quality is consistent and familiar to the American palate, Colombia also produces exceptional coffees from specific micro-climates. Not one but three cordilleras traverse this enormous, emerald country and the variety of sun and rain regimes mean that harvesting is going on somewhere almost throughout the year. As always, we select by the cup, seeking the rarest lots of the brightest, sweetest, most exceptional beans.
Our favorite Colombian coffee is flavorful, Colombian coffee comes from the heights of the remote southern province of Huila, a region that still grows the traditional typical beans along with the newer varieties. In that place, a small group of growers produce a shining, sweet and delicately fruited Colombia that has a taste unto its own.
Description : Mellow acidity, Caramelly, Nutty undertone
Roast : Medium Roast
Aroma : 4
Acidity : 3.5
Body : 3.5
After-Taste : 4.5