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Colombia Huila Timana -Dark-

17.00
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Colombia Huila Timana -Dark-

17.00

Although this coffee typically shines as a dark roast, it brings all the brightness and flavor that are usually thought of in medium roasts. This is the highest scoring Colombia that we have had the pleasure to roast and it’s blowing our minds a little bit. Perfect for anyone who loves darker roasts.

Flavor Notes: Caramel, Tropical fruit, citrus, hibiscus

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Although this coffee typically shines as a dark roast, it brings all the brightness and flavor that are usually thought of in medium roasts. This is the highest scoring Colombia that we have had the pleasure to roast and it’s blowing our minds a little bit. Perfect for anyone who loves darker roasts.

Flavor Notes: Caramel, Tropical fruit, citrus, hibiscus

ORIGIN INFORMATION

Grower

ASPRO Timaná Producer Group

Variety

Caturra, Colombia, Red Bourbon, Gesha and Castillo

Region

Huila Timaná Municipality

Harvest

Sept - Dec '18

Altitude

Altitude 1350-1900

Process

Washed

The 32 producers are members of the Asociación de Productores Agrícolas de Timaná (ASPRO Timaná), a coffee producer association in Huila, Colombia. The association was founded in 2002 by 45 farmers and has expanded to include 405 producers and their families.

In 2004 ASPRO Timaná was the recipient of a donation by a UK specialty roaster. This funding was the catalyst for a quality-oriented strategy that positioned ASPRO Timaná as a high-quality player in the Colombian coffee world. The Association is currently participating in the Centre for the Promotion of Imports from Developing Countries (Netherlands Enterprise Agency), the project consists in promoting roasted specialty coffees at origin.

In 2013 ASPRO Timaná opened the first specialty coffee shop in Timaná as a meeting space for the members to share knowledge, meet with clients and train local baristas.

The municipality of Timaná is located in the south of Huila, one of the most important coffee regions in Colombia. Timaná was founded by Pedro de Añazco. The town is known as ‘Villa de la Gaitana’ - Gaitana was a female native who led the Timaná Tribe against the Spanish conquistadors in 16th century.
— Genuin Origin's blog