- Silky mouthfeel
- Laurel & thym after taste
Farm: Various smallholder farmers
Variety: Castillo, Caturra
Altitude: around 1600 masl
Importer: Cafe Imports Europe
Rob says: Classic cut, this Colombian lot called TIMANA, which is the name of the town were a group of farmers bring their cherries to be produced and sold under the same name. It is common practice in Colombia, where you have a lot of small farmers, to do so.
It’s a while ago we had a coffee from the all famous Huila region. Huila’s profile is more toward toffee sweetness, lemon acidity, and smooth mouthfeel than the punchier fruit-forward lots of Cauca or Nariño. These coffees tend to be perfect “breakfast blend” types, versatile and interesting without being too challenging to the palate.
THIS IS A COFFEE THAT SHOULD LAND IN OUR ROASTERY SOMEWHERE AROUND THE END OF MARCH 2020.