The Nariño region of Colombia is known for producing top quality coffee. The Andes which begin in Chile and Argentina enter Colombia through Nariño and split into three ranges, these canyons offer very favorable microclimates. The hot air accumulates in the day while drifting up at night allowing coffee to mature slowly, therefore better quality. Nariño is situated at the equatorial line allowing for long days with lots of sunlight year-round. The high elevation, steep terrain and micro-climates make for a challenging, unique coffee growing region. This blend was selected from 48 farmers in 17 municipalities. The average altitude of the farms is 1783 masl and varieties include Castillo and Colombia.
Cup profile: Sweet, orange, juicy, balanced, buttery body, crisp apple acidity.
Sweet, orange, juicy
Available in our Breakfast Blend Espresso and Single Origin