Colombia Antioquia

Colombia Antioquia

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10oz. whole bean coffee

Sometime you just want a cup of coffee that tastes like... coffee!

Antioquia, located in northwestern Colombia on the slopes of the central and west Andes, is renowned for its high-quality coffee production. Bordered by Córdoba, Chocó, Bolívar, Santander, Boyacá, and the Caribbean Sea, its unique micro-climates and crystalline waters contribute to the exceptional quality of its coffee. The region's entrepreneurial spirit and meticulous wet milling processes further enhance its coffee culture, making Antioquia a standout in Colombian coffee production.

Sweet syrupy body with loads of milk chocolate, ripe cherries, and graham crackers.

Processing method
Fully Washed -
The coffee cherry is picked ripe and then put into a freshwater tank for 24 to 72 hours. They are then sent through a machine called a de-pulper to remove most of the skin and fleshy parts of the fruit. After being de-pulped, they’re spread out to dry on various surfaces. This processing method of coffee focuses entirely on the bean. Since the flesh has been removed, there is nothing else to influence the final flavor of the coffee unlike "natural processed" coffee, where the flesh of the cherry is left on while drying in order to impart more fruity, vibrant flavors into the bean as it dries. Washed processed coffees tend to be the "cleanest" tasting coffee.