A natural process coffee from a small farm within Santa Barbara Estate in Antioquia Department, northwest Colombia. Shade-grown, this lot is naturally dried for five days under the shade and then it is finished in electric silos.
Altitude: 1400-2000 masl; Variety: Castillo, Bourbon, Colombia, Typica, Tabi
Huila is a top region in Colombia for quality coffee and this offering exemplifies that. The coffee is produced by small-landholder farmers in Huila department, in the southwest of the country.
Green grape, apple, honey
Costa Rica West Valley, Los Papillos "Otto," named after grower, Miguel Angel Cabezas's wife's father. This white honey process coffee is crisp and clean with green grape and apple brightness. A solid, all-day drinker.
Altitude: 1550 masl; Variety: Caturra, Villa Sarchi, Sarchimor
Burnt sugar, coffee cherry, slightly winey acidity
Fair trade organic coffee from smallholder farms in Huehuetenango [way way tuh NAYN goh]. Fruity, bright acidity with definitive chocolate notes.
Variety: Caturra, Catuai, Bourbon and Pache
Altitude: 1000 - 2000 masl
Proc. Method: Fully washed and sun dried