Colombia is the second largest producer of coffee in the world and the largest producer of washed and Arabica coffee, and I don't think there's a coffee that smells more like coffee than Colombian. The complex aroma is a cocoa molasses cookie. The cup is very rich and velvety, like a Brazil nut. The finish lingers with sweet pecan praline.
Aroma: Molasses Cookie and Cocoa
Body: Full, Creamy
Cup: Rich, Nutty Brazil Nut
Finish: Pecan Praline
About this Coffee
GROWER: Smallholder coffee producers from Nariño
REGION: Nariño, Colombia
ALTITUDE: 1,750 - 2,100 meters
PROCESS: Fully washed and dried in the sun
VARIETY: Caturra, Castillo, and Typica
HARVEST: April-August December- February
SOIL: Volcanic loam
Our Colombia Nariño Supremo coffee comes from small family owned farms in the growing region in the department of Nariño, Colombia. The main harvest is between April to August, and the “mitaca” (mid-year) harvest is between December and February. Small coffee producers pick and process their coffee at their own micro-wet mills and then dry their own coffee, typically on elevated tables inside solar dryers that provide protection from the rain.