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
A complicated cup where the sweet currants and raisins mingle together with the aromas of merlot and citrus. This coffee is processed at the Iriga Wet Mill situated in the Nyambene Hills in Meru County. Two crucial rainy seasons provide an average 1000mm annual rainfall. The rich red murram earth with its volcanic composition and high acidity levels is perfect…
Fantastic coffee service.
The coffee is rich and full of flavour and the packaging is 100% recyclable. I love that the company sources the beans from various fairtrade growers across the World and is environmentally conscious.
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