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Colombia El Tambo Wholebean Lost Sheep Coffee 220 g - natoorio Colombia El Tambo Wholebean Lost Sheep Coffee 220 g - natoorio
Colombia El Tambo Wholebean Lost Sheep Coffee 220 g - natoorio
Colombia El Tambo Wholebean Lost Sheep Coffee 220 g - natoorio

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Colombia El Tambo Wholebean Lost Sheep Coffee 220 g

£9.45

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Brand : Lost Sheep Coffee

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COLOMBIAN COFFEE BEANS 220 gr

 

OriginColombia  

Region: El Tambo, Cauca

Altitude: 1850 - 1900 masl

Farm: Various smallholder farmer member of ASMUCAFE

VarietalCastillo,

ProcessWashed  

Filter/Espresso: We recommend this coffee to be used in an Espresso Machine / Stovetop / Bean to Cup

In The CupExpect a big maple syrup sticky body, with subtle notes of prune, fig and dark cocoa to finish. Reminds us of cherry cola!

Description

This is a classic and balanced coffee, like a great Colombian coffee should be. 

ASMUCAFE stands for Asociación de Mujeres Agropecuarias de Uribe, and is an organization of women farmers and landowners that are in El Tambo, a municipality within Cauca.

As an association. their mission is to improve their families' quality of life through coffee farming, contributing positively to their community by working together and sharing resources, knowledge, and support. "Our work is determined by our values such as responsibility, honesty, commitment, respect, solidarity, and competitiveness," they say.

The coffee, all of which is of Castillo or Colombia variety, is picked as purple (Castillo) or bright red (Colombia) cherry, and undergoes a somewhat unusual "double" fermentation process, as the women describe it: First, the cherries are left in the loading hoppers for 14 hours, then they are depulped in the afternoons and evening hours and placed into traditional open fermentation tanks for another 10 hours. Then they are washed three to four times before being dried either in parabolic dryers or in the sun for 8–12 days.

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