Coffee from Huila is among the most interesting to come out of Colombia. The incredibly varied geography and microclimates lead to diverse and complex flavours even between farms in the same region.
Colombia is also unusual in the coffee world for having two alternating harvest seasons each year: the main harvest and a smallermitacaharvest. Within this pattern the geography can mean farms 100km apart may be in completely different harvest patterns.
The cherries are carefully hand-sorted and floated to separate out less dense beans, then coffee cherries are placed on raised beds where it is hand sorted again and dried over a period of 14 to 21 days. The cherries are also covered during the afternoons to prevent harsh drying in the intense sun.
This is a refreshingly juicy cup of Colombian coffee, with lots of cherries & orange juicy mouthfeel, finish with custard creamy sweetness. A coffee we look forward to in the morning.
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2nd of January
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