This coffee is a cup of sweet milk chocolate, baking spices and a slight bit of orange.  Fun fact - during the roasting cycle, just before the coffee is dropped into the cooling bin, the scent of cinnamon wafts off the tryer, the tool coffee roasters use to observe bean development. 

Milk Chocolate, Cinnamon, Orange
This coffee was selected as one of the top microlots evaluated by the professional cupping team at Inconexus Fine Coffee in Colombia. The department of Narino has about 40,000 coffee farms, two-thirds of which, average around 3 acres in size. Narino's proximity to the equator delivers intense exposure to the sun (relatively constant and powerful year-round), which influences the coffee cherry maturation rate. In Buesaco, warm air rises from the deep canyons at night and acts like a protective blanket for the coffee plants perched on the mountain tops. These combined attributes cause coffee plants to passively absorb the sun's energy during the day and then come alive at night when the conditions are less harsh. This translates into concentrated flowering and long cherry maturation periods, which have produced many award-winning coffees including this year's first place Colombia Cup of Excellence lot. This coffee was produced by Elvia Irene Burbano on her 2-acre farm called El Chimbo, located in the Medina Espejo in the municipality of Buesaco within the department of Narino, Colombia. Elvia Irene Burbano has been cultivating coffee for the last thirty years and uses her own micro-mill to process harvested cherries, which allows for meticulous care in depulping, fifteen-hour fermentation periods, and 7 to 14 days of drying.
$ 18.00 / 12 oz.

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Flavors

This coffee is a cup of sweet milk chocolate, baking spices and a slight bit of orange.  Fun fact - during the roasting cycle, just before the coffee is dropped into the cooling bin, the scent of cinnamon wafts off the tryer, the tool coffee roasters use to observe bean development. 

Milk Chocolate, Cinnamon, Orange
This coffee was selected as one of the top microlots evaluated by the professional cupping team at Inconexus Fine Coffee in Colombia. The department of Narino has about 40,000 coffee farms, two-thirds of which, average around 3 acres in size. Narino's proximity to the equator delivers intense exposure to the sun (relatively constant and powerful year-round), which influences the coffee cherry maturation rate. In Buesaco, warm air rises from the deep canyons at night and acts like a protective blanket for the coffee plants perched on the mountain tops. These combined attributes cause coffee plants to passively absorb the sun's energy during the day and then come alive at night when the conditions are less harsh. This translates into concentrated flowering and long cherry maturation periods, which have produced many award-winning coffees including this year's first place Colombia Cup of Excellence lot. This coffee was produced by Elvia Irene Burbano on her 2-acre farm called El Chimbo, located in the Medina Espejo in the municipality of Buesaco within the department of Narino, Colombia. Elvia Irene Burbano has been cultivating coffee for the last thirty years and uses her own micro-mill to process harvested cherries, which allows for meticulous care in depulping, fifteen-hour fermentation periods, and 7 to 14 days of drying.

Sourcing and Processing Information

This coffee is a cup of sweet milk chocolate, baking spices and a slight bit of orange.  Fun fact - during the roasting cycle, just before the coffee is dropped into the cooling bin, the scent of cinnamon wafts off the tryer, the tool coffee roasters use to observe bean development. 

Milk Chocolate, Cinnamon, Orange
This coffee was selected as one of the top microlots evaluated by the professional cupping team at Inconexus Fine Coffee in Colombia. The department of Narino has about 40,000 coffee farms, two-thirds of which, average around 3 acres in size. Narino's proximity to the equator delivers intense exposure to the sun (relatively constant and powerful year-round), which influences the coffee cherry maturation rate. In Buesaco, warm air rises from the deep canyons at night and acts like a protective blanket for the coffee plants perched on the mountain tops. These combined attributes cause coffee plants to passively absorb the sun's energy during the day and then come alive at night when the conditions are less harsh. This translates into concentrated flowering and long cherry maturation periods, which have produced many award-winning coffees including this year's first place Colombia Cup of Excellence lot. This coffee was produced by Elvia Irene Burbano on her 2-acre farm called El Chimbo, located in the Medina Espejo in the municipality of Buesaco within the department of Narino, Colombia. Elvia Irene Burbano has been cultivating coffee for the last thirty years and uses her own micro-mill to process harvested cherries, which allows for meticulous care in depulping, fifteen-hour fermentation periods, and 7 to 14 days of drying.


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