After many researches and attempts we have found this washed arabica coffee of the variety Caturra, cultivated with passion and experience in the finca of Señor Marlon Salcedo and we immediately fell in love with it! Thanks to our traditional low temperature drum roasting we succeeded to bring out the best features of this wonderful coffee that we offer in resealable 500g numbered bags, in limited edition. The espresso outcoming from this coffee shows a firm and smooth hazelnut cream, at first fine floral scents immediately reach the nose and once sipped they become clear notes of rose and berries. Everything harmonizes in a cup with fine, elegant and balanced acidity and with a full round body, a fresh caress for the palate!
The coffee farm run by Marlon Salcedo and his family is located at an altitude of 1400 m in the municipality of Garzon in the central area of ??the department of Huila, Colombia's coffee area with the highest production and quality, thanks to the soil rich in volcanic minerals and to the ideal microclimate for coffee cultivation. In the finca is cultivated the arabica caturra variety, an evolution of the Red Bourbon variety standing out for its fine citric acidity and its full-bodied cup.
The low temperature drum roasting that we daily practice in our company, allows us to fully develop all the best characteristics of this
very fine coffee: a smooth hazelnut-colored crema, a very fine and balanced acidity, notes of red berry fruits, chocolate, pastry and almonds.
Given the high quality of this coffee and its limited availability, we offer it in limited edition lots of 100 numbered packs in 500g reasealable bags with gas-valve Moreover, to keep the delicate aromas of this product at its best, we only roast each batch once the previous one has been completely sold out, so as to avoid long storage times and always delivering a product as fresh as possible.
A praline-like Espresso, a small treat to enjoy in every moment of the day
This extremely fine and selected coffee is produced by the finca Santa Isabel, a small planntation of 66 hectares on the slopes of the Chaparrastique volcano,
in the department of San Miguel in El Salvador. Managed with passion and dedication by the family Garcia - Prieto Daglio, the plantation is located at an altitude
between 1200m and 1650m and works internally in its own "beneficio" the coffee grown in the plantation, thus ensuring a very accurate processing thanks to which the
coffee comes out very uniform and with a beautiful greenish color.
Among the various qualities produced in the plantation, we chose a washed Arabica of the Red Bourbon variety, characterized by a sweet and full-bodied cup and a balanced acidity.
India Arabica Malabar Monsoon is the most famous indian coffee speciality in the world, made from natural arabicas,
processed in the indian coastal region of Malabar, south-west in the country.
Here just the best coffee beans get the so called monsooning process, by which they get stocked in special coffee-stores, protected against rains but exposed to the warm and humid monsoon winds, that make the coffee beans swell and so changing completely their taste.
The final outcome is an intensive and definite single origin, strong and lasting, with typical spicy, malty and nutty notes, prepared as Espresso it produces a plump crema and a syrupy body, as well as low acidity.
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