Colombia - La Cristalina - Washed - 250g

Nutty with taste notes of red apple, cranberries
and milk chocolate finish.



Guatica, Risaralda / 1850 masl. / Castillo / Washed / SCA  - 85.25p. 

The name of the Cristalina was born due to the proximity of the La Cristalina Municipal Natural Park, but the coffee is produced in Jose Wilderman’s farm - El Porvenir, which means, The Future. His home was built on the land by his father , and this is where Jose lives and works with his family. The family share the running of the farm between them, and each day of work for the family begins at 6:30 in the morning.
To ensure the highest quality coffee leaves their farm, Jose and his family pick only the ripest cherry with each pass through the 2 hectares of land. The family does several passes to clean the land of overripe fallen fruit, to avoid all risk of Broca infestation.

The coffee is first dry fermented for 17 hours before pulping, before being washed processed on the first thing in the next morning.
Drying is the final key to ensuring the quality of the coffee is consistent. Jose turns his coffee 4 to 5 times a day in the early stages of drying. Once the coffee has reached its optimum humidity level, it is packed in Grainpro and taken to Guatica for sale at La Cristalina’s buying point.

Roast info

This coffee is roasted for espresso, meaning that it will present with higher intensity, rich texture and sweetness, lower acidity and more distinct caramelization flavours. Espresso roasts have higher solubility, meaning that you will be able to access the coffee flavours with more ease. Even though it is more suited for espresso machines and mokka pots, you can definitely enjoy it in any other method as well if you're looking for a richer cup. Espresso roasts are at their best starting from 2 weeks from the roast date, so take your time with it.

Use and storage

We recommend you enjoy this coffee within 3 months of the roasting date.
Store in a dry and cool place, between +16 and +25 degrees.


Sustainable Coffee Trading

This coffee's cycle from farm to your cup has been one of honesty and hard work. We source our coffees from producers that use environmentally-friendly growing practices, roast it so that it's consistently good, package it in materials that either recycle or can be refilled and deliver the coffee with emissions in mind. Sustainability is one of our core values, and the path of our coffee demonstrates that.

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