Colombia Ramiro Suarez
Deep body of dark chocolate with sparkling notes of grape soda, finishing with hints of cinnamon in the aftertaste. On drip you can expect a more grape-forward flavor, while on espresso brings out dark chocolate and vibrant marshmallow profiles. In our opinion, this washed Colombia shines the most on Chemex with the grape soda sparkle and dark chocolate complimenting each other.
Ramiro Suarez has been producing coffee for 25 years. With a farm in Tarqui in Huila, he hasspent many years honing his craft. Having received training in cultivating and processing specialty coffee in 1978, he continues to look for new and innovative ways to improve his processes and finding ways to increase capacity of the drying beds. His farm spans 15 hectares, with 13 hectares reserved for growing coffee.
Finca El Bosque ‘The Forest’ was inspired by the heavily forested land, great for slow matured cherry and biodiversity. Huila is always blooming and each micro-climate can be attributed to the quality of the coffee. However, it is truly the work of the producers who meticulously harvest ripe, red cherries during those months that make the coffee shine.
We were able to contract this incredible coffee from the advice of Gabby Wright from Red Fox Coffee Merchants, who cupped all-new Colombia arrivals and helped navigate us to the lot that we would enjoy the most.
Northern Huila is known for its singular yearly harvest from May through July, while other regions of Colombia harvest most of the year. Southern Huila has a harvest season much later in the year, most cherry is collected between November and December.
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