Colombia, Pacamara | Natural, 60h AnaerobicRegular price Dhs. 138.00
Huila, San Adolfo
Farm: Guacobia Farm
Farmer: Andres Guaca
Taste Notes: Bean-To-Bar Chocolate, Red Bananas, Pineapple, Champagne, Pecan Nuts, White Mulberries
The San Adolfo area is known as the Specialty Coffee Paradise in Colombia due to the different microclimate and terroir. The whole coffee cherry was placed into the plastic bags for 60h by creating an anaerobic fermentation process, then 20 days dried in the marquesina.
Andres Guaca, 3rd generation coffee farmer, owner of Guacobia farm together with his wife and two sons. Five years ago, Andres made a change towards specialty coffees, he began to improve post-harvest practices, with controlled, experimental fermentations. On his 5-hectare farm and on his brother's farm, he began to plant differentiated lots of more exotic varieties such as Pink Bourbon, Pacamara, Geisha.
His eldest son is already in love with coffee production, and his dream is to be an agronomist and to continue with the development of the farm.
In the heart of the Colombian eastern cordillera, San Adolfo an old red zone dominated by the M19 and FARC in the past, from the last 6 years it is safe to come to this area today known as the Specialty Coffee Paradise in Colombia due to the different microclimate and terroir.