Muñoz Diaz Family Lot, Colombia

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Muñoz Diaz Family Lot, Colombia

122.00

  • Varieties: Castillo and Typica

  • Treatment: Wet processed

  • Grower: Alfredo Muñoz Diaz

  • Altitude: 2000 masl

  • Village: Colón Genova

  • Region: Nariño region, Colombia

  • Roast profile: Light for pour over. Medium-dark for espresso (choose roast profile at check out)

  • Taste notes: Flowers and berries. Very balanced (just like you after a sunrise meditation)

  • 250 gram

  • Notable: Produced without use of pesticides. One of the first specialty coffees to come out of the village of Colón Genova, paving the way for empowerment of other villagers.

 

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122 SEK ≈ € 12 ≈ ¥ 1559

The coffee comes from the farm of the Munoz Diaz family in the town of Colón Genova in South Western Colombia. 

The altitude at which the village of Colón Genova is situated is perhaps this coffee’s most unique feature: On the one hand, the shape of the mountains here allows the warm, moist winds from the valley to blow upwards at night, which makes coffee cultivation here viable at altitudes that elsewhere would kill the fragile shrubs. On the other hand, cold trade winds from the south find its way to this region. This interchange of cold and warm influence make temperatures here fluctuate between 7 and 30 degrees Celsius, forcing the coffee to hold on to and trigger the production of more sugars, the solubles responsible for the acidity of the coffee. These dreamlike conditions are unlike we’ve ever seen anywhere in the world, and are what gives this coffee its beautiful acidities, smooth mouthfeel and pronounced aromas.

Craft roasted by hand in Sweden.