Colombia San Luis Estate Anaerobic Washed Coffee (Pre-order only)
**** Pre-order only product ******
- Next roast date: 28 Jan
Roasting date: we roast on second and fourth week of each month for Pre-order only item. Please check next roasting date on listing.
Shipping:- We will ship within 48 hours of roasting day. If you are ordering other items with this bean, all items will be shipped together when this bean is ready. If you wish to receive other items earlier, please place separate orders.
Colombia San Luis Estate Anaerobic Washed coffee is a single origin specialty grade coffee beans from San Luis Estate, Tolima region in Colombia. This coffee is anaerobic washed processed. Anaerobic is a special processing method where coffee is fermented without oxygen. This distinct process results in rare and exotic flavors. Affected to the beans color changes darker after roasted. Elegant body and bright acidity, chamomile, black tea, brown sugar flavours.
Colombia San Luis Estate Anaerobic Washed
Farm: San Luis Estate
Variety: Red Bourbon
Altitude: 1,700 - 1,800 masl
Process: Anaerobic Washed
Roasting Level: Light roast
Aroma: Floral, Citrus, Stone Fruit
Flavour: Chamomile, Black Tea, Brown Sugar
Aftertaste: a hit of Vanilla, Nectar
- Filter coffee (Black coffee)
Colombia San Luis Estate Anaerobic Washed Coffee
This is a micro-lot coffee and supplied by specialty San Luis estate. Omar Arango has been in charge of Finca San Luis, located in Libano, Tolima. He has been dedicated to improve the process and production of specialty coffees, learning about more efficient ways of collection and sorting. San Luis has a special condition due to the location, close to the Ecuadorian line and it's altitude which goes from 1700 to 1800 meters over the sea level. Coffee trees are able to produce high quality coffee all year long, you can find flowers, green, yellow and red bean in one tree. Coffee cultivation complements a system of regulated shade with tree species which create habitats for many species of birds and other wild animals supporting the conservation of local and national wildlife. After the coffee is harvested, it will be washed and sorted with spring water immediately. It will be placed in a GP bag for anaerobic fermentation to produce more flavour. Coffee beans will then leave to dry till it reaches the ideal moisture content. Anaerobic processing is where coffee is fermented without oxygen. This distinct process results in rare and exotic flavors.