Coffee:Natural processed Sudan Rume from the farm Café Granja la Esperanza, Cauca, Trujillo, in Colombia, February 2023 harvest. Its particular processing gives it an intense aroma and sweet cup profile that make it one of the most desired coffees in the market. A truly unique, organic experience that you won't forget.
Process/Variety: Natural / Sudan Rume.
Fragrance and aroma: Sweet chocolate, strawberries, aromatic, and the highligt of Sudan Rume, mint.
Taste and aftertaste: Plums, cocoa, brown sugar, juicy mint, citric acidity, and a velvety texture come together to create an outstanding flavor profile. The combination of fragrance, aroma, taste and aftertaste creates a unique flavor profile that we loved for so many years at Standout Coffee
Always fresh: This item contains 100 grams divided into 2 x 50 grams of whole beans roasted, packed and shipped on demand for maximum freshness.
Origin: Café Granja la Esperanza, Cauca, Trujillo, Colombia
Harvest Date: February 2023
Processing Method: Natural
Flavor Profile: Experience an intense aroma and a delightful mint aromatics that sets this coffee apart in the market.
Why Choose Sudan Rume Coffee from Café Granja la Esperanza?
Our Sudan Rume beans have undergone a special natural processing method, ensuring that each cup overflows with captivating flavors. From the first sip to the last drop, this coffee offers an unforgettable, one-of-a-kind experience that will leave a lasting impression.
Order now and experience the exceptional journey that Café Granja la Esperanza's Sudan Rume has to offer.
Fermentation: Manual and rigorous picking. Adequate equipment for the de-pulping process, which is done without water. Coffee is stirred and sensorial tasted to determine the ideal fermentation based on the cup profile wanted.
Fermentation time for this coffee ranges between 19 and 22 hours in complete cherries and then the cherry’s skin is taken out to start the second fermentation step in parchment and mucilage and lasts for 35 hours.
Drying:After the picking, the coffee is left 48 hours in the silo and then is moved to solar drying for 28 days. Coffee is left in storage for 3 months to help stabilize it and reduce the astringency of freshness. After storage, the coffee is carefully selected a final time and vacuum packaged to order, ensuring that every bag of coffee is of premium quality.
Story: The coffee is a Sudan Rume varietal that Café Granja grows at their Las Margaritas farm in Cauca Valley, Colombia.
Las Margaritas is a 33,8 hectare farm located in Cauca Valley, in the Caicedonia department of West Colombia. Coffees of this farm grow on 14 separate lots in 1.570-1.850 meters above sea level. This Sudan Rume was first hand-picked carefully as part of the peak harvest so that all cherries had ripened as uniformly as possible. After picking, the cherries are fermented with the cherry for 19–22 hours. After that, they’re pulped without using water and fermented with mucilage for another 35 hours. When the fermentation process is done, the coffee is dried slowly on solar driers for 28 days and left in storage for at least 3 months to stabilize it and reduce astringency.
Country:Colombia Region:Cauca Valley Farm:Las Margaritas Farmer:Café Granja La Esperanza Cultivar:Sudan Rume Growing altitude (MASL):1570-1850 masl Processing: Natural
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