Colombia - Inga Red Honey
FARM: Resguardo Inga Aponte
ALTITUDE: 2,150 Meters
VARIETY: Yellow Caturra
PROCESS: Red Honey
CUPPING NOTES: Champagne Mango, Lily, Maple Syrup
Why You'll Love It:
Colombia is known for producing some of the highest quality coffee in the world. This unique example, grown in the remote highlands of Narino, is dried in the pulp of its cherry turning the surface of the bean red. This Red Honey process gives the coffee a fruity sweetness tempered with vibrant acidity.
Story of the Bean:
The road through the Colombian Andes ends in Aponte where the Inga community cultivates some of the highest quality coffees. These skilled Inga producers are descendants of the Incas who have maintained their identity on these remote peaks. However, in the 1990's, the Colombian conflict reached the Inga and their isolated plantations became forcibly involved in poppy production. As Colombia worked towards peace, the Inga have been cultivating exceptional coffees. This coffee of unprecedented fruit and floral qualities comes from a community of unprecedented strength and resilience.
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Usually a hardcore dark coffee drinker as somebody noted below, but chose a free cup of CIRH when I bought my latest bag of beans in store. It was delicious straight off the drip. Can't wait to finish my current bag so I can pick one up.
I really enjoy this - it brews nice and smooth, and a bit sweet.
Not what I was expecting
Was expecting more flavor more sweetness. but still a really good Coffee
Interesting flavor and still high quality
Workshop coffees are always a shot in the dark for individual palates. This coffee seems to be VERY fruity to me and the tasting notes are clearly as described. I like this coffee, but I doubt it will go well with the hard-core dark coffee drinkers. Always an adventure with La Colombe, but continue to push the envelope. Thanks