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Notes: Toffee, dark chocolate
Coffee Story: This coffee comes from the Nariño region of Colombia. Nariño is located in the far South of Colombia, near the Andean Peaks and the border with Ecuador. This region has incredibly high elevations, which have
a contrast of warm days and cold nights. This temperature fluctuation enables slow fruit maturation, which is highly desirable for producing high quality coffee. High altitude coffee farming also allows for more natural farming methods without the need for pesticides, as very few pests survive the environmental conditions.
This coffee is the Castillo variety of Arabica. The cherries are hand- picked when ripe and left to gently ferment for approximately 12 hours. The coffee cherries are then pulped and soaked underwater for approximately 14 hours. Once the sticky mucilage has broken down, the parchment coffee is then rinsed with clean water and placed on the patio to dry. Arley and his family rake the drying parchment coffee to ensure even drying. It takes 10-15 days to dry depending on the weather.
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This coffee will be roasted fresh for you. Coffee Bird will roast your coffee on Monday or Wednesday and dispatch the following day.