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Colombia | Pacamara Natural | Café Granja la Esperanza | 100 grams Standout Coffee
Colombia | Pacamara Natural | Café Granja la Esperanza | 100 grams Standout Coffee

Colombia Pacamara X.O Natural Café Granja la Esperanza 2 x 50 grams

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    Product Details

    Coffee: This coffee is a natural processed Pacamara  from Cafe Granja la Esperanza grown at 1850msl and harvested in November 2021 from the farm Las Margeritas in Valle del Cauca in Colombia.

    Taste description:  This natural Pacamara has a wonderful aroma of passion fruit, vanilla and cloves and the taste description is plums, tropical fruit and black currant.

    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.

    Country: Colombia
    Department: Valle del Cauca
    Municipality: Caicedonia
    Total Crop Area: 6,1 ha.
    Rainfall: 1.340 mm/year
    Farm: Las Margaritas
    Process: Natural
    Altitude: 1.570-1.850 masl
    Humidity: 73%
    Temperature: 17C-22C

    Fermentation

    Manual and rigorous picking. The coffee cherries are collected in the indicated maturation. Cherries are fermented in a special barrels with control temperature for 36 hours with no water. Barrels are closed but not seals in order to generate an aerobic fermentation.

    Drying

    After fermentation, the coffee cherries are left 48 hours in mechanical dryers for dehydration and then pass to solar dryers for 6 – 7 days depending on the weather until the dry cherries reach a moisture level of 11 to 12%.