Region: Quindío Altitude: 1200 – 1400m Varietal: Caturra and Typica Harvest: Mid-year ‘mitaca’ or fly crop Process: Wet-processed, Sundried Notes of: Caramel, fudge and butter Clean and balanced, with sweet malt and toffee notes, a touch of green apple acidity and elements of honey.
Region: Ocotepeque and Corquin Altitude: 1200 – 1600m Varietal: Catuaí, Caturra, Bourbon and Pacas Process: Washed Notes of: Cider apple and hazelnut Balanced and clean cup with sweet stone fruit, nut and chocolate notes
70% Kenya Iriga, 30% Brazil Minas Gerais Region: Nyambene, Kenya & Cerrado, Brazil Altitude: 1100-1200m Varietal: SL28/34, Ruiru 11, Batian, Cachoeira Harvest: Main Crop September – December, Fly Crop / Mitaca – June - August Processing: Washed, Sundried Notes of: Dark berries & dried fruits Syrupy and crisp, with aromas of citrus fruits and burnt marmalade
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