Grapefruit fragrance, red apple aroma, floral, brown sugar sweetness, bright grapefruit acidity, heavy body.
This coffee from Antioquia has a very clean and bright acidity that we prefer to maintain with light to medium roasts. Pushing beyond medium will highlight notes of brown sugar and red apple. A great coffee for a blend or to drink on its own! .
meaning it has a screen size of 15 to 16. And an EP, meaning European Prep, removes most of the silverskin from the seed, leaving a cleaner appearance.
Antioquia lot is developed with coffees from the municipalities of Montebello, El Penol, Betulia, Palmitas, Santa Fe de Antioquia, and Medellin. The Colombian coffee industry is almost entirely smallholder farms of two hectares or less and is therefore most often created by regional conglomerations of farmers, creating the consistent and repeatable coffees we have come to expect from this area. Because of this, and their location on the Equator, Antioquia coffee is harvested nearly year-round.
The coffee is grown between 1,200 and 1,900 meters above sea level in volcanic soil. They grow a mix of castillo and caturra varieties, and the coffee is fully washed and dried either on patios or on raised beds, depending on the topography and other conditions.