12 oz / 340g - Single Origin
Tasting Notes: Juicy, Fruity, Dark Grapes, Smooth
Altitude: 1900 MASL
Varietal: Caturra, Castillo, Colombia, Tabi, Bourbon
Region: Southern Huila
The state of Huila is located in the southern part of Colombia. It is the geographic spot where the Andes Mountains form a knot. Here, the three ranges (cordilleras) split between western, central and eastern Andes that go up to northern Colombia. Between the eastern and central cordillera flows the Magdalena River which goes all the way up to the Caribbean Coast. Between the central and western Andes mountain chains is the Cauca River which flows into the Magdalena River in the Caribbean plains. The area is very volcanic and therefore ideal soil and altitudes enable the cultivation of high quality coffee, ranging from 1,350 – 1,900 meters above sea level.
Which grind should you choose?
Fine - Espresso machine, Moka Pot, Turkish Coffee
Medium - Standard Drip Machine, Aeropress
Coarse - French Press, Pour Over, Chemex, V60, Cold Brew
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The Columbia roast was well rounded with acidic notes and smooth. It had good taste.
It was very lightly roasted. I was hoping for a darker roast. Also, there was some chaff in the beans, which is not desirable.
Fantastic tasting Colombia beans from Seventh Coffee Company
The new roast is very full bodied. I look forward to my coffee every morning.
We absolutely love this!