Colombia is a diverse group of growing regions spread from North to South along the three "cordilleras," the mountain ranges that are the Northern extensions of the Andes. Colombian coffees can be outstanding. Most coffee, especially from the Southern growing areas of Huila, Cauca, Narino and Tolima, comes from small family farms, and when the picking and processing are done well they can be exceptional: Silky body, cane sugar sweetness, floral hints and traces of tropical fruits are found in the best Colombia coffees.
Ethiopia Wush-Wush variety grown in Colombia! Butter-caramel roast sweetness with a mild floral overlay, malic brightness, and mixed melons, lemon tea zest. A light City roast is recommended. Learn More
Cocoa nibs and panela sugar aroma give way to cooked pear and apple notes. A nice balance of caramelized sugars and fine chocolate bittersweet flavors. Brightness is punched up as the cup cools. A great drinking coffee! City+ to Full City levels yield balance. Learn More
Finca El Azulejo is a well-rounded coffee, balanced sweetness and acidity, with a black tea and honey top note. Versatile in the roaster, this coffee will also work well with multiple brewing methods. City+ to Full City+. Good for espresso.
Las Florestales is deeply sweet, cane juice and maple frosting, propping up top notes of fresh orange, berry preserves, and kaffir florals. Truly versatile in the roaster, FC roasts have dark fruit, rich chocolate, and body for days. City to Full City. Learn More