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Aprium · Cane Sugar · Lime
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We aren’t sure which will hit your palette first, the apricot or mild plum but both are waiting for you on that first sip. It finishes with lime zest and almost sprite-like acidity.
Those who enjoyed Maria Cristina Cordoba will love this coffee.
Years of Purchase
Aprium, Cane Sugar, Lime
Coffee: 25 grams
Water: 400 grams
Total Brewing Time: 3:30 minutes
Amparo Maya Guerrero has been growing coffees for many years. She is what is considered a smallholder farmer in Colombia. Smallholding farmers by name mean that their total production is grown on roughly 5-6 Hectares of land. Amparo Maya grows her exceptional coffee on just three hectares of her farm, El Convento. Amparo not only grows delicious coffee but avocados and citrus fruits. Her farm sits in the region of Chachagui at a high altitude of 2,090 meters above sea level. This combination of high altitude and moderate temperatures of the region causes a slow maturation of the cherries and heightened sweetness in the cup. Amparo’s signature sweet coffee has won first place in the cup of excellence in 2004 and 2008. It continues to blow us away harvest after harvest as a show-stopping coffee.
I usually order blend coffees , first time I have ordered that coffee, I say that it has it has strong but smooth taste. If you open to new tastes, I recommend to order it.
Was expecting a bit more depth in this one. Like it, but not in love with it.