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Colombia Cafe Granja La Esperanza

Preparation: Whole Bean
Quantity: 200g - Pre Order

200g pack whole bean order by 12 pm & ship in the evening
1kg pack fresh roast to order every Monday, ship within 3-6 working days
100% specialty arabica coffee beans only


Variety Yellow Bourbon 
Processing Washed
Region Caicedonia, Valle de Cauca
Altitude 1750-1850masl
Roast Level Light Roast 
Tasting Note Caramel. Citrus. Grapefruit. Vanilla.
Quantity 200g

About JWC Roastery:

About this coffee :

Cafe Granja La Esperanza manages 3 farms: Cerro Azul, Potosi, and Las Margaritas in eight distinct microclimates located in three mountain ranges in Colombia, which gives the experienced agronomists behind Cafe Granja La Esperanza plenty of room to experiment with a number of variables, such as microclimates, processing methods, and varietals. The team at Granja La Esperanza is driven by a combination of science, business, and an obsession with quality coffee. The team creates milling and processing protocols tailored for each distinctive microclimate and varietal.

This particular coffee comes from the Las Margaritas farm in the Valle de Cauca region and is a Yellow Bourbon vartietal, the total crop is only 4.3 hectares. The coffee is picked then depulped without water and sits in fermentation tanks for about 20 hours until it is fully washed and mechanically dried.

The staff is so dedicated to quality and research that they recently spent two years studying the famous Geisha varietal in Boquete Panama, on a property adjacent to the famed Peterson Esmeralda farm, before becoming the first producers to bring the varietal to Colombia at their Finca Cerro Azul in Trujillo. Their dedication to quality goes so far that coffee harvesters must demonstrate a level of excellence during a five month training period before being qualified to pick the Geisha cherries at the peak of ripeness.

In addition to winning the Triple Crown Award at SCAA in 2012, coffees from Cafe Granja La Esperanza were also used in competition by the winners of the Brewer’s Cup and Roasters Choice Awards. Their hard work was described as an unrelenting quest to steadily obtain the most perfect cup of coffee” and this coffee is proof of their success in this quest.

This Colombian coffee is super clean & refreshing. Vibrant brightness of citrus & grapefruit notes paired with caramel & vanilla notes. The perfect coffee for a blazing hot afternoon.

Brewing Recipe:

Brewing ratio 1 : 15
Ground coffee 18g
Total water 250ml
Water temperature 93ºc
Brew time 2-2.30 minutes