This coffee is grown in the Palmor, Cienaga in the Magdalena department of Colombia. A breathtaking area with high mountains close to the ocean. The farm is owned by Jennifer Bernal, a 25-year-old woman, who operates the two-hectare parcel with 7500 trees of the Castillo variety.
Jennifer sells her cherries to the Delagua project, which is a washing and drying station with a mission. This project provides coffees through a community–based model using the minimum amount of water in their processing methods while encouraging their team and the traditional coffee growers to become the guardians of biodiversity.
This coffee begins the pre-fermentation stage of 24 hours at the receival station. Next the cherries will be moved to the drying stage and are placed on African-style raised beds for over 25 days and rotated every 4 hours. Finally, the coffee goes through the dry mill and is hand sorted.
This coffee is experimental, funky and boozy and has a full body. In our roastery, our goal is to ensure that, in addition to these characteristics, we also highlight a certain cleanliness and juiciness. Expect something really special.
|Region||Palmor, Cienaga, Magdalena|
|Flavour Notes||Dark Chocolate, Cherry, Pink Grapefruit|