250gm, El Chapal (Colombia La Florida Narino, Washed) - tastes like dandelion, tea rose, creamy citrus and red currant.

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250gm, El Chapal (Colombia La Florida Narino, Washed) - tastes like dandelion, tea rose, creamy citrus and red currant.

25.00

ORIGIN // Colombia La Florida, Narino
VARIETAL // Castillo                                                                           

PRODUCER // Diogenes Manchabajoy
PROCESS // Washed
ALTITUDE // 1950 MASL
TASTING NOTES // Notes of dandelion, tea rose, creamy citrus and red currant.

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About the farm

We met up with farmer Luiz Rodriguez this year at MICE. We were so impressed with his amazing coffees (and his generous, not cold, soul) and only too pleased to share them. This particular lot comes from cherries soaked in cold water for 20hrs before sun drying on open patios for 20 days. Impressive hey?!

This coffee was used by Tilly Sproule to compete in Barista Championships this year and Tilly cam 6th overall. Check out the video below from her presentation, where she talks about the coffee. Congratulations Tilly!