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Producer: Various Small Farms
Origin: Inzá, Cauca, Colombia
Elevation: 1500-2000 masl
We Taste: Currant, Cola, Blueberry
Roasted in Bellingham, WA
The department of Cauca in Colombia borders one of the most famous growing regions in the country –Huila. They share the rich soil and high elevations that come from their proximity to the Nevado del Huila, Colombia’s tallest volcano, making it a prime location. We get the pleasure of enjoying this blend of coffees from farms bordering the Rio Páez. This time around, our Cauca was imported through Coffee Shrub. Through their sister company Sweet Marias, they work hard to throw coffee fanatics (like myself) down the rabbit hole of home roasting. The first green coffee we ever brought into what eventually would be our roastery was from Sweet Marias.
We have been blown away by this coffee’s sweetness. Red currant jam at first sip, backed by a spicy cola that lingers at the finish with ripe blueberry. This coffee tastes incredible brewed over ice, while playing cards on the porch. Best shared, but understandably hoarded. Enjoy.