COLOMBIAYOHAN ROSALES

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Product description
Fresh high quality washed Colombia is here and super tasty! In the cup you can look forward to lots of sweetness and especially a juicy explosion of blackberries, red oranges and hibiscus. We love it!:)

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Characteristics of coffee
Weight

1kg, 250g

Farm

El Rosal, San Martin, Nariňo

Processing

promyté

Cultivar

Caturra

Type of coffee

100% arabica, výběrová káva, zrnková káva

Recomended recipe

Method:
V60

Brew ratio:
15g/ 250 g

Temperature:
95 °C

Extraction time:
2:20

About coffee

As a first-generation coffee producer, Yohan Rosales is the owner of El Rosal, a farm nestled in the town of San Martin, Nariño. Situated at an elevation of 2080 masl, the farm is 1 hectare in size, and boasts 4000 coffee trees.
San Martin is an area in the region of Nariño. Nariño is located in the far south-west of Colombia bordering Ecuador and is one of the most challenging, but also most interesting places to work in. These farms are very small, and are located at extremely high altitudes of 2050 – 2200 masl on very steep hillsides in remote areas. In contrast to other Colombian regions, this area experiences extremely dry conditions during the harvest time with low humidity. Combined with high altitudes, such environmental factors can definitely affect the flavour profiles of this region, making them different from other Colombian coffees.

The primary harvest season falls between June and August, followed by a subsequent harvest from December to January. Yohan employs two skilled cherry pickers during the harvest. The cherry-picking process is done by hand. The harvested cherries are then floated in plastic tanks and then fermented for 1 day. The cherries are then pulped, and fermented again for another 3 days. The coffee is sun-dried on a patio.

 

 

Taste profile
How to understand the grid on packaging?

We wanted to make it as easy as possible for you to choose your coffee, so we worked with the guys from Steezy Graphic Studio to come up with a “grid” – a simple grid where you can easily find the characteristics of each coffee.
The red dot next to the description of each coffee is placed exactly there, so that you can easily imagine how the coffee will taste.

Citrus – chocolate
Here we’d like to give you an idea of how fruity the coffee will be. There’s a long way from citrus to chocolate, so imagine more in between:
citrus, berries, green apples, red apples, stone fruits, dried fruits, nuts, milk chocolate and dark chocolate 😉

Mild – wild
What is mild coffee? We’d say it’s unpretentious. A coffee that you can just have every morning and not have to think too much about it. It’s just good.
The higher the dot, the more excitement you can expect in the taste of coffee. The more surprising and fun it can be. These coffees are fruity, fun, interesting and make you think about what it is that you actually enjoy about them so much.