About this awesome coffee –
Tastes like: Jam, Mixed Berries, Roasted Almonds
Mountain: 1,400 - 1,900
Variety: Caturra, Colombia, Castillo
Producer: Members of Grupo Asociativo Villa Esperanza
Roaster notes: "A classic, balanced Colombian Coffee; sweet, jammy, silky with notes of berries and a roasted almond sweetness" A great coffee for espresso, your stove top and cafetiere, in fact in which ever way you can think of brewing this coffee, it would be very lovely indeed and oh so drinkable".
On December 12, 1715, Francisca Salazar, the daughter of a very wealthy Spanish
landowner donated three hectares of land from her hacienda to erect a town that would be named to honour the Virgin of Guadalupe. Tragically, a huge earthquake struck in 1827 and destroyed the town. A year later, the town was rebuilt and renamed "Guadalupe".
Four coffee growers came together with the idea of creating an association with the
objective of improving their income and their quality of life through the joint
commercialization of their coffees. They wanted to achieve higher
prices and gain recognition for the quality of their coffee.
Huila is the largest specialist coffee producing region in Colombia. Rich volcanic soils, lush climate, and ideal altitude all combine to make coffee from the Huila district some of the most exquisite in Colombia.
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