$25.00 – $70.00
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About this coffee
Rodrigo Morales is 39 years old and has grown coffee for over 14 years. He lived on the farm, El Naranjal for 2 years before buying the land next to his mother’s farm. The farm sits at an altitude of 1550 meters above sea level and has an area of about 1.2 hectares planted with 7500 trees of Castillo variety. Rodrigo lives on the farm with his wife and three kids. He tells us everyone in the family takes part in the agricultural maintenance, but mainly his wife and eldest son of 18. He is proud to work alongside his family, using methods that have passed on for many generations. This kind of Lactic fermentation is classified as ‘Anaerobic’ as oxygen has minimal interaction with the cherry. Once the cherries arrive at the mill, they are hand sorted and placed in sealed tanks. With no oxygen involved, bacteria feed on carbohydrates present in the mucilage favoring a higher concentration of Lactic Acid, creating a unique profile of the resulting cup. Upon cupping we experienced beautiful stewed apricots and peaches, mandarin citrus, a caramel toffee medium body with a finish of plums.
Process: Lactic Fermentation
Edition: Neighbours & Crops
Region: Cundinamarca, Colombia
Varietal: CastilloColombian Coffee took a hit as far as gross production numbers due to Covid 19. Colombia is predicted to produce about 14 Million bags of coffee this year. Almost 50% of Colombia’s Coffee goes to the USA. One interesting fact of Covid is that Colombia is now resorting to more speciality coffee picking styles due to a shortage of labour. Colombian coffee is about 70% produced on smallhold farms of less than 5ha
Not bad beans at all could tell they were fresh from the bloom, flavours arent as prominent as the ethiopian i ordered but over all a very enjoyable cup
The fruity aroma was wonderful first thing in the morning.
It was delicious in my v60 and delter press.