Colombia Narino Lomo de Buey 340G

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Region: Colombia Buesaco Narino

Elevation: 1800-2200M

Varietal: Caturra 

Fermented: 28-36 hrs

Process: Washed & sun dried on raised beds for 16 days

Notes: Outstanding aroma, super sweet, floral, pear, a beautiful bright acidity, long finish, excellent layers. 

Outstanding aroma, super sweet, floral, pear, a beautiful bright acidity, long finish, excellent layers. 

Region: Colombia, Buesaco Narino

 

From Colombia is a the town of Buesaro in the Narino Region. The town lies in South East Colombia on the border with Ecuador, high in the Andes mountains.  The mountain makes an exceptional climate with plenty of sunshine and rain, allowing the beans to develop slowly, this a really good thing. The beans are very dense adding to the complexity of this cup. Within this town is an annual celebration filled with colourful costumes and parades. We like to think this reflects on the coffee grown here.. making happy, heavy little beans packed with celebration and joy. The aroma of the freshly roasted beans is like spring flowers, honey, fruit juice, and peach pie. This is every coffee lover’s soulmate. You’ll find its beautiful notes lingering on the pallet, long after it hits the tongue. 

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