Colombia is one of the most well-loved and diverse coffee producing countries in the world. The Andes mountains split the country into many regions, each with its own particular terrior and micro-climate. Our friends at Cafe Imports have been seeking out coffees that show the best of some of these regions and highlight the work of many small holding farmers, most who own just under 4 acres of land. When their coffees exhibit exceptional quality and quintessential characteristics of the region, they are included in these regional lots and the farmer receives additional price premiums for their efforts. The team at Oddly Correct then sifts through those lots to find the most vibrant and delicious coffee to represent the region to you. This lot from Acevedo, Huila in southwest Colombia definitely fits that description.

Tasting Notes

blood orange, apple, lime, sweet cream

  • Cup Profile - creamy, sweet, balanced
  • Country of Origin - Colombia
  • Growning Region - Huila
  • Cultivars - Castillo, Caturra, Colombia
  • Processing - washed process
  • Elevation - 1200 - 2000 masl


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