All coffee is roasted to order every Monday and shipped the following day through USPS priority mail unless otherwise specified.
Net weight: 12 ounces (340 grams) / 5 lbs (2.27 kg)
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$17.00 – $88.00
Traceability: Small family farm operated by Luis Zambrano
Elevation: 5,800 – 6,100 ft (2000 – 2100 masl)
Notes: Milk Chocolate, Almond, Lemon-Lime
Method: Drip (1:15), Iced, Espresso, Cold Brew
Net weight: 12 ounces/340 grams
Our third coffee from the famed Nariño region, this is another purchase from a new relationship we’ve established with an regional dry mill in Medellín. Tierra Cafetera is known for having one of the most state of the art processing facilities anywhere Colombia, resulting in near perfectly sorted coffees that make roasters happy because of their lack of blemishes.
This specific coffee comes from a farmer by the name of Luis Zambrano. 97% of Colombian coffee farmers fall into the category of “small-holder”, that is, small-acreage family farms under 5 hectares (roughly 5,000 trees). Compared to other parts of the world (where coffee is farmed like corn in Iowa) this is not a lot, however, for a small family-run operation (who does most of the work by hand), this is a ton of work!
It pays off, however, in the final product. A sweet and clean Nariño, meaning notes of caramel and citrus, with pronounced appearances of chocolate, almond and lemon-lime. You’ll find this is a great drip coffee, or you could even try cold brewing it.