Strong and bitter, round and creamy, roasted taste.
Strong and thinly acidic, fruity taste of apricot.
Well-rounded, full body, chocolate and fruit-forward with bright acidity.
Medium to dark roasted
Colombia is the third biggest coffee producer in the world and even takes up the first spot when it comes to Arabica. The abundance of precipitation and clouds, the richness of volcanic sun and the altitude of the tablelands in the Colombian Andes are some of the characteristics that make this South-american country such a suitable place to cultivate coffee of a superior quality. This coffee comes from the region of Cauca, in the South-west of the country. It owes its name "Supremo" to the fact that only the largest beans are selected.
Colombia has been producing and exporting coffee renowned for their full body, bright acidity and rich aftertaste, since the early 19th century. Colombia Supremo Bochica coffee is sourced from smallholders in Colombia's most famous coffee-growing regions. It owes its name "Supremo" to the fact that only the largest beans are selected.
These farmers typically use the traditional Fully washed method of processing. Cherry is selectively handpicked and then depulped, usually on the farm. After depulping, coffee is fermented in tanks for 26 to 36 hours. Then, parchment is washed in clean water and laid on beds to sundry for up to 20 days.
According to indigenous Muisca mythology, Bochica was the father of modern civilization. Described as bearded man who brought morals and laws to the people, Bochica also taught indigenous people agriculture, crafts and other trappings of civilization.
Every bag of Bochica purchased supports Sucafina's sustainability projects in partner communities. The blend is faithful to the traditional washed profile associated with Colombia.
For the non-EU customers, thank you to place your order via firstname.lastname@example.org
You might also like