About this Coffee:
The Herrera brothers at Café Granja La Esperanza have earned accolades from the SCAA, Roasters Guild, and Coffee Review for meticulous processing and a willingness to experiment with rare varieties like Sudan Rume and Mokka, which have become very popular among our customers. We’re very excited to offer this gesha from the Cerro Azul farm, which presents another stunning flavor profile from our long-term Direct Trade partner.
The long fermentation of this lot with the cherries intact gives it an exceptionally rich flavor profile with incredible complexity.
Manual and rigorous picking. Between 48 and 50 hours of fermentation in cherries with controlled temperature. The coffee is collected in the indicated maturation.
After fermentation, the coffee is left for hours in the silo and then is moved to solar drying for 28 days. Afterwards, it is storage for 3 months to help stabilize it and reduce the astringency of freshness.
Colombia, Valle del Cauca, Trujillo
1500 ~ 2000 m.a.s.l.