Colombia Excelso, Huila, Fair Trade Arabica EP Speciality Coffee. South American arabica coffee, mild, noticeable notes of toffee, peach, apricot, lime.
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Coffee from Colombia Huila Region.
Fair Trade Colombia Excelso Huila EP coffee comes from southwestern Colombia, from the area around the city of San Augustin - small family farms located in the coffee-intensive Huila region of Colombia. The region is characterized by distinctly different wet and dry seasons, which have an impact on both the harvesting process and the subsequent drying of the coffee. The combination of high altitude, good irrigation and volcanic soil makes it the best starting point for your coffee adventure in Colombia. The main harvest takes place between April and August and the secondary harvest between December and February (the so-called "small" harvest). The owners of small coffee farms usually remove the top part of the coffee tree using the "washed" method at their local processing stations, called mills. After the top of the coffee cherry is removed, the coffee is dried in the sun. The coffee is spread out on special raised beds lined with mesh so that air can reach the beans from below.
The term Excelso is the name given to coffee beans of a certain size (scr 15/16). Excelso beans are slightly smaller than Supremo beans (scr 17/18) Both Excelso and Supremo coffees can come from the same plantation or even the same tree. Usually the larger beans are perceived as being of higher quality and there are fewer of them than the smaller beans, so the Colombian Supremo is often considered to be of higher quality.
Fair Trade ensures that local workers, the owners of the plantations from which the coffee is sourced, receive a fair price for their goods, which is set locally to cover the costs of environmentally and socially sustainable production.
The plantations from which the excelso coffee comes are located at an altitude of over 1,800 meters above sea level. The area is planted with Caturra and Typica varieties.
A rich sweet aroma of chocolate. Tasting notes of toffee, peach, apricot. Medium lime (bright) acidity with good body. Sweet, fruity finish - well-balanced coffee.
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- South America.
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- San Augustin
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- Caturra, Typica
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- Altitude of the plantation
- from 1,500 to 2,000 m.a.s.l.
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