Seasonal Espresso Blend 250g Retail
Our current seasonal espresso blend comprises two components: one from Colombia and the other from Brazil.
Inzá is a region in the Cauca Department of Colombia. Situated on the “Macizo Colombiano” (the Colombian Plateau), which surrounds the high peaks of Tolima and Huila, the region is an important source of water and wildlife, in addition to being prime coffee growing land.
This coffee was produced by 52 smallholder coffee producers from the region, all of whom are members of the organization ASORCAFE (Asociación de Productores de Café del Oriente Caucano).
Fazenda Progresso is a relatively young coffee farm that lies at around 1,150 metres in the mountainous Chapada Diamantina region of Bahia, northern Brazil.
This blend produces a wonderfully sweet espresso with a lingering finish of butter toffee. With milk you can expect a very smooth, easy drinking coffee.
Association: Asociación de Productores de Café del Oriente Caucano (ASORCAFE)
Varietal(s): Mostly Caturra (70%+) w/Colombia & Castillo
Processing: Fully washed & dried on parabolic and raised beds
Altitude: 1,500 to 1,800 metres above sea level
Owner: 52 small holder farmers
Town: Pedregal and San Antonio
Region: Inzá, Cauca
Size of farm: 2.5 hectares on average
Harvest months: September-December / March-May
Farm: Fazenda Progresso
Varietal(s): Catuaí, Catucai & Yellow Topazio
Processing: Pulped natural
Altitude: 1,150 to 1,200 metres above sea level
Owner: Pedro Hugh Borré & Fabiano Borré
Town: Mucugê and Ibicoara
Region: Chapada Diamantina, Bahia
Total size of farm: 22,000 hectares
Area under coffee: 1,000 hectares