Gift box featuring three coffees through the Americas: Tatama Cafe Tio, Santa Rosa: Honey Process, and Nicaraguan Finca La Cascada.
Tatama Cafe Tio - Tatama coffee comes from a town called Santuario in the department of Risaralda, and it is named after the moor located in this region which provides a lot of diverse microclimates to the coffee growing there. The association producing this coffee is called Asotatama and around 230 coffee growers belong to it. This coffee is a blend of two varieties: Castillo and Colombian variety. It is a full-washed process.
Santa Rosa Lot 12, Honey Process is a honey processed pacamara varietal from Finca Santa Rosa in El Salvador. We have been working with 10 time COE winner, owner/farmer Jorge Rivera for 6 years now, and the effort he puts into his crop is evident in every single cup. Tasting Notes: Apple, Anise, Almond
Nicaragua Finca La Cascada is one of our relationship coffees, Nicaragua Finca La Cascada is named for a beautiful waterfall on the farm where it is grown. Farmer Don Cesar's techniques of pruning, shade control and precise picking bring us back year after year to purchase his crop. Tasting Notes: Fresh Earth, Rich Dark Cocoa, Bright