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Cafe Granja La Esperanza / Colombia Pompones Natural Anaerobic Mokka 100g

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$72.00
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$72.00

Colombia

TASTES LIKE

plum / dried fig / rose / lemon zest / dark chocolate

Sweetness ●●●●○ ‎ Acidity ●●●○○ ‎ Body ●●●●○

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    Cafe Granja La Esperanza / Colombia Pompones Natural Anaerobic Mokka 100g Gold

    Cafe Granja La Esperanza / Colombia Pompones Natural Anaerobic Mokka 100g

    This is a 100g bag

    concord grape  /  cocoa nibs  /  lemon

    Sweetness ●●●●○     Acidity ●●●○○     Body ●●●○○

     At Café Granja la Esperanza's Hawaii farm, you'll find around 12 hectares of Mokka coffee. The cherries of this Mokka coffee undergo a meticulous process, beginning with approximately 3 days of fermentation in anaerobic tanks. Following this, they are carefully dried for 6 days using mechanical dryers.

    Notably, it has been recently confirmed that Mokka is a coffee variety with low caffeine content, distinguishing it as a unique and intriguing option for coffee enthusiasts

    *Please note that Gold Series coffees are excluded from regular discounts & promotions.

    Varietal Mokka
    Process Natural Anaerobic
    Farm Finca Hawaii
    Producer Cafe Granja La Esperanza
    Geography
    Cundinamarca, Colombia
    Rosso Direct Trade  

    About the Farm

    Potosi is a coffee farm owned by siblings Rigoberto and Luis Eduardo Herrera, who are third-generation coffee producers from a family deeply rooted in the coffee industry. Their coffee legacy traces back to their grandparents, Juan Antonio Herrera and Blanca Ligia Correa, who embarked on their coffee careers in 1945 at the Potosi farm. They initially purchased the land, which already featured Typica coffee plants, and subsequently introduced three more coffee cultivars: Red Bourbon, Yellow Bourbon, and Caturra, marking the inception of Cafe Granja La Esperanza.

    In the late '90s, Rigoberto and Luis assumed the family's coffee operations and embraced the labor-intensive task of transitioning the farms to organic production. Soon after taking the reins, they acquired the land that is now known as Finca La Esperanza, significantly expanding their commitment to organic coffee production.

    Over the past 30 years of ownership and management, they have conducted substantial renovations on the farms. They have planted new and exotic coffee varieties across the 52 productive hectares of the Potosi Farm. At Potosi, they cultivate classic Colombian coffee varieties like Caturra, Colombia, and Tabi, alongside exquisite exotics such as Geisha, Sidra, San Juan, Mandela, SL28, and more.

    In addition to their exceptional farming practices, the Herrera siblings are pioneers in the realm of coffee processing. They consistently explore innovative techniques and processes to elevate the quality of their coffees.

    This particular harvest of Sidra is significant for Cafe Granja La Esperanza, as it represents one of their initial forays into cultivating this variety. They procured the Sidra seeds during a trip to Ecuador in 2016 and subsequently established a Sidra nursery later that year, marking the beginning of their journey with this unique coffee variety.

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