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Colombia San German 250 g

Colombia San German 250 g

Colombia San German 250 g

  • Apple cider
  • Blueberry
  • Kiwi
  • origin: Colombia
  • process: Natural
  • region: Huila
  • score: 87,75 / 100
  • variety: Arabica Tabi
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Description

Colombia San German brings together the best aspects of coffee craftsmanship: the uniqueness of Colombia, authentic flavor, and high quality.

San German is cultivated in the largest coffee region of Colombia – Huila. The mountainous terrain, significant elevations, and temperature fluctuations between day and night slow down the ripening of the fruits. This gives the coffee an authentic rich and sweet taste.

The Colombia San German coffee owes its existence to Luz Andrea Cabrera Lopez, the owner of the San German farm. Her family has been involved in the coffee business for four generations. Additionally, Luz Andrea is part of the "Association of Women in Coffee" program.

San German undergoes natural processing. Drying in special patios under the open sky enhances the richness and fermented taste.

Taste profile: apple cider, blueberry, kiwi.

San German unfolds a palette of flavors from the first sip: intense notes of apple cider transition into a multifaceted blueberry flavor. The taste is complemented by a citrusy acidity.

Origin

Colombia, often associated with emeralds and the narcotics trade, is, in fact, one of the leading giants in the coffee industry. Renowned worldwide, Colombian coffee is distinguished by its intriguing taste and high quality.

Initially considered a beverage for aristocrats, coffee in Colombia transformed into a true business for its residents. Additionally, Colombia's climate is ideal for coffee cultivation, featuring an equatorial zone, absence of frost, volcanic soil, and abundant Colombian sun, ensuring a bountiful harvest. Colombians plant coffee trees in the shade of taller plants, minimizing the need for intensive care. In 2011, UNESCO designated Colombia's Coffee Triangle as a World Heritage site.

Colombia exclusively cultivates Arabica, handpicking the beans but employing the 'wet' processing method for purification. Although this method is costly, coffee subjected to this process attains a higher class. This is why Colombian lots are highly prized worldwide.

General characteristics of Colombian coffee:

  • Moderate smoothness
  • Absence of bitterness
  • Tropical flavor notes
  • Hints of red berries
  • Sweet chocolate undertones

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