Chocolate, Herbal, Citrus
Variety: Caturra, Colombia, Castillo
Crop Year: 2017
Origin: Huila, Colombia
Producers: Huila Small-holders
Colombian coffee has a special place in our hearts for its consistent quality and variety of flavors. With varied topography and distinct climate zones, coffees from different parts of Colombia can have very different tastes, all of them good. These beans were grown in the Huila department at the base of the Andes, and the quality is apparent from the first sip. A full-bodied coffee if we've ever tasted one, a cup of Magdalena is silky smooth and weighty, with a touch of citrus lift to keep it from being overbearing. The main flavor note is unmistakably chocolatey, with some interesting herbal flavors throwing a bit of mystery into the mix.