KALEIDOSCOPE

RESERVE SINGLE ORIGIN COLOMBIA

The Brewmaster Says:

Silky with notes of buttery caramel & lime zest with a chamomile finish.

This microlot is a combination of heirloom coffee varieties from two farms located above an altitude of 1950 m. The slower ripening of the heirloom cherries at high altitude leads to more sugars and the complex development of organic compounds in the coffee beans. The 20-day shade-drying process ensures all these flavours are locked inside. We roast this coffee quickly with minimal intervention so the inherent flavours, and crisp, distinctive acidity prized by coffee connoisseurs around the world, is preserved.

These beans are grown in one of the most ecologically diverse locations on the planet. Our local producer-partners take pride in the plethora of native flora and fauna, and work diligently to spread awareness about animals at risk and new species discovered recently in the area. In addition to coffee and other traditional farming crops, these member-producers also grow oak trees that are distributed for free to other co-op members to increase biodiversity of their forests.

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Silky with notes of buttery caramel & lime zest with a chamomile finish.

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This microlot is a combination of heirloom coffee varieties from two farms located above an altitude of 1950 m. The slower ripening of the heirloom cherries at high altitude leads to more sugars and the complex development of organic compounds in the coffee beans. The 20-day shade-drying process ensures all these flavours are locked inside. We roast this coffee quickly with minimal intervention so the inherent flavours, and crisp, distinctive acidity prized by coffee connoisseurs around the world, is preserved.

These beans are grown in one of the most ecologically diverse locations on the planet. Our local producer-partners take pride in the plethora of native flora and fauna, and work diligently to spread awareness about animals at risk and new species discovered recently in the area. In addition to coffee and other traditional farming crops, these member-producers also grow oak trees that are distributed for free to other co-op members to increase biodiversity of their forests.

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