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This little gem produces a dynamic marriage of tart and sweet flavors. The balance between the citrus notes of lime and raspberry matched with the sweetness of the Huila cherries and plum creates a bright light roast that is sure to jumpstart your day.
The Excelso Ep grade beans are grown in Huila, in an area of southern Colombia, averaging 5,500 feet in elevation that is spanned by the Andes mountains and home to the Nevado del Huila Volcano.
The Frutas Caturra coffee cherry is double fermented and triple washed, then dried in the sun for about 2 weeks.
This is a full bodied, medium roast coffee that brings together a variety of complex and rich flavors. This bean is low in acidity and bitterness and carries nutty and chocolatey notes. The sweet hints of caramel and toffee balance the tartness of dark chocolate and berry for a smooth, buttery, honey-like finish.
Finca El Rincon coffee beans come from El Mirador Finca El Rincon in La Libertad, from the region Huehuehtenango, which is managed by the Molina family. The coffee is grown between 5,085 and 5,580 feet above sea level, and the varietals include Bourbon and Caturra.
This is a wet processed, washed bean and then air dried bean.