Arnulfo Leguizamo, the owner of Finca La Primavera, is a leader in Colombia who supports his fellow farmers in the region to improve their quality. This coffee has toffee, cane sugar, and cashew flavors with a super juicy and tart finish.
We think this coffee shines in an Aeropress, but a pourover or french press are a good second choice.
Region: San Agustín, Huila
Altitude: 1840 Meters
This offering from Colombia is the result of a special project meant to highlight the unique characteristics of microlots in the Huila region. These characteristics come through as a distinct, tangy berry flavor that is rounded out by the rich, chocolatey, classic Colombian character.
We enjoy this coffee in a variety of brewing methods, but it really shines in a french press. An Aeropress or pourover method will bring out more of the herbal, tangy notes.
Farm: Multiple Famers
Variety: Caturra and Colombia
Altitude: 1500–1700 Meters
Process: Washed and Sun Dried
Tarrazu is sourced from a group of small coffee growers that have come together to offer the best micro lots of the Tarrazu region. We found this to be a very balanced coffee that is a perfect daily drinker, with pulped fruit notes and a smooth creamy body. We’ve found this coffee to be very consistent across drip, pour over, and immersion methods.
Farm: Farmer Cooperative in Tarrazu
Variety: Caturra and others
Altitude: 1400 – 1700 Meters