A collection of 14 farms grow coffee in La Argentina - Salado Blanco to produce what we call, El Amarillo.
Located in the Palestina region of Huila municipality, the region is famous for its Yellow Bourbon varietal and the local producers and families are committed to building and maintaining the quality of their coffee.
Picking cherries during harvest time is a family venture. Hand-picked cherries
are left to ferment in tanks for about 60 hours with cherries left to dry in the
sun on patios and awnings for 11 to 20 days.
We love this coffee for it's great chocolate body, a rich jamminess and sweet sugarcane - great as a black coffee, but it will work well as a milk coffee.
|Country of origin||Colombia
About our regions
|Producer||Collection of 14 farms
About our producers
|Flavour profile||Chocolate, Jammy, Raisins and Sugarcane
|Altitude||1,600 - 1,850m above sea level|
|Body||★ ★ ★ ★ ☆|
|Acidity||★ ★ ★ ★ ☆|
|Roast level||★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆|
|Dose||22 - 23g
|Yield||45 - 50g|
|Time||28 - 30 seconds|
Based on a La Marzocco
|93 - 94ºC|