Colombia Aponte Nariño Honey Micro-Lot

Regular price $ 35.00

Most coffees from Colombia are processed using the traditional washed method. This lot, however, goes through a more complex honey process that involves leaving the bean to dry in its mucilage for 20-45 days, using the heavy, cold winds of the region to help promote an even drying process. The producers of this region, an indigenous community called the Inga, were part of the northernmost Inca empire, which colonized the south of Colombia in the late 14th century. Land here is communal, and the population is ruled by a "cabildo" or group of elders who make sure ancestral traditions are upheld. The population of this area have unfortunately been affected by earthquakes in the recent years, and have turned to specialty coffee to produce income for the region.


Cupping Notes Cherry, caramel, red apple, tangerine
Location Aponte Nariño, Colombia
Altitude 1900-2,200 meters
Varieties Caturra, Colombia
Process Honey
Drying Sundried on raised beds

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Jamie M

Favorite yet Kult coffee so far

This is my favorite coffee offered by Koffee Kult so far. Very fruity, high acidity and well balanced, very nice medium roast Ethiopian coffee.

Jose H.
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Love it.

Definitely will be part of orders to come. The body and crema are outstanding