Colombia Sweet Valley
Typical Flavours: Hard apple candy, Blueberry, Cranberry
A naturally processed bean of the Colombia Variety grown between 1400-1860m
This very unique Colombia is coming from the Valle de Cauca farm. The region is well know for it competition winning coffees and experimenting with processing methods and matching them to specific varietys to get unique falvour profiles. Read more about the farm below.
About this Bean
This bean is fromfive farms making up Café Granja La Esperanza – Cerro Azul, Las Margaritas, La Esperanza, Potosi and Hawaii. With 188,725 trees over 52 hectares, the farm is split in to 10 lots, and grows Sidra, Mandela, San Juan, Castillo and Colombia.
Sweet Valley is produced just for us, as a natural Colombia landing at a time when fresh crop fruity coffees are harder to come by. The cherry is fermented for 15 hours at a controlled temperature before being moved to a dehumidifier for another 72 hours (or so) until fully dried. It is then dehulled and bagged for export. Sweet Valley is completely of the charts, an incredibly sweet and boozy natural, it’s a coffee we definitely won’t get very often in the roastery.