Clifton Coffee - Colombia Los Cauchos
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The farmers in the program pick, process & dry their own cherry (in this case 100% Caturra) before they then deliver small lots on a almost daily basis to the mill in Los Cauchos as parchment. Due to the irregularity in size of each days picking, the mill will consolidate each parchement delivery according to picking day & time to ensure a perfect even and developed ripeness in the cherry.
For us, this is the kind of coffee that makes Colombia such a special country for speciality coffee production and one that we have some exciting plans for in 2016!
Farm/Coop: Mill: Los Cauchos
Great for: Aeropress, Cafetiere, Espresso, Filter, With milk
Origin: Central America/Colombia - Huila
Process Method: Washed - & sun dried
Varietals: 100% Caturra
Roaster: Clifton Coffee
Delivery prices to United Kingdom
Initial collection: Clifton Coffee Roasters - Bristol
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