Elevation: 1700 - 2100 MASL
Variatal: Caturra & Castillo
Roast Level: Medium
Tasting Notes: Dark Cherry, Raisins, Orange Chocolate
This coffee comes from Narino which is located in the deep South West of Colombia bordering Ecuador. Coffee from this region can reach up to 2100 masl making it some of the highest grown coffee in the world. It can be difficult to grow coffee at such a high altitude, in the southern tip of Colombia, which means Narino is nearer to the equator when compared to coffee grown in the department of Huila or Antioquoia. The high altitude combined with tropical climate during the day and cool nights allow slow maturation in the cherry development means the coffee have the potential of being candied sweetness, floral and fruity.
This coffee is processed as washed coffee with a varietal of Caturra and Castillo. It is perfect for espresso.
Yield: 30- 35g
Time: 28-35 seconds (adjust grind size accordingly)
Water Temperature: 93 degrees
We normally use a 7oz cup, double shot for all our coffees.
*for best results use non-homogenized/fresh milk