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Colombia Santa Rita

9,5035,00

Have you already tried any Colombian coffee with a Nutella profile? Notes of chocolate and hazelnuts accompanied by fruity notes such as cherry, citrus and yellow stone fruits.

This organic coffee from Colombia, grown in the Huila region at 1,500 – 1,900 meters above sea level is a more than safe bet to prepare in espresso or in Moka pot. Chocolatey and balanced sweet profile with soft acid notes. A delight!

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Country of origin of this coffeeColombia
Producer of this coffeeSanta Rita
Growing RegionHuila
ProcessWashed
Coffee varietyCastillo, Catuaí, Caturra and Typica
Coffee Tasting NotesNotes: chocolate, hazelnuts, cherry, citrus and yellow stone fruits
SkusantaRita
CategoriesCoffee
Espresso coffee
TagsAeropress
Espresso
French Press
V60
Weight0.250 kg
Dimensions20 × 20 × 10 cm
Paquete

1Kg, 250g

Molienda

Coffee beans, Ground coffee for espresso, Ground coffee for filter, Ground coffee for french press, Ground coffee for Moka Pot

Enjoy with V60 HarioEnjoy Colombia Santa Rita with V60 Hario
Recommended coffee for French Press
Enjoy with your Aeropress
Recommended coffe for Expresso

Colombia Santa Rita Organic

Have you already tried any Colombian coffee with a Nutella profile? Notes of chocolate and hazelnuts accompanied by fruity notes such as cherry, citrus and yellow stone fruits. This organic coffee from Colombia, grown in the Huila region at 1,500 – 1,900 meters above sea level is a more than safe bet to prepare in espresso or in Moka pot. Chocolatey and balanced sweet profile with soft acid notes. A delight!  

Harvest

Each Asopcafa member cultivates around 3.5 hectares (on average) and is responsible for processing their own Colombian coffee on their individual farms. The coffee is selectively harvested by hand, usually with the whole family helping out, and then floated or graded to remove underweight or damaged cherries. The Colombian coffee is then pulped in small pulpers and fermented in tanks (usually with tiles) for approximately 30 hours, depending on the ambient temperature. After fermentation, the coffee is washed well with fresh water and is delivered to dry in solar (covered drying “tents” or greenhouses) or on the roof. Here the coffee will be dried and raked regularly for 12 to 18 days, or until it reaches around 12% humidity.

The Huila region

The Huila region is one of the best-known coffee growing areas in Colombia. The Department of Huila has a population of 1.125 million and is located in the southwest of the country. The department’s capital is Neiva, a city of approximately 380,000 inhabitants. Along with Cauca and Nariño, Huila is one of the three departments where the Colombian Massif is located. A massif is a set of mountain ranges, and the Colombian massif, known locally as Nudo de Almaguer, provides up to 70% of drinking and agricultural water for the Colombian population. The Magdalena River, the largest river in Colombia, runs through the region, providing abundant water for Colombian coffee cultivation and generating (directly and indirectly) up to 86% of Colombia’s GDP. The mountain range also features the fertile volcanic soil so typical of the Andes Mountains.

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