This tasty Supremo
comes to us in Grain-pro lined jute bags to help preserve moisture
content and prevent contamination of the beans. It is a co-op coffee
with not many defects. It roasts up nicely and is what one would
expect from an all-around nice Colombian coffee.
Cupping Notes: Moderate-to-Intense
dry aroma; becoming less intense during wet and break. Ripe citrus
top notes, medium body. At a light roast grains such as rice or
wheat are noticed (typical for a Colombian coffee). Malty at a darker
roast. Pleasant sweet finish as the cup cools.
Being a fairly hard and dense bean, this coffee holds up well to
darker roasts. Roast it no lighter than City+. Medium roast seems
to bring out the best characteristics including aroma and body.