Recolectores 2021

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<b>Variety: </b> Castillo, Colombia 
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<b>Producer:</b> Narino Small-Holder 
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<b> Processing: </b> Washed 
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<b> Origin: </b>  Narino, Colombia 
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<b> Altitude: </b> 1800M
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<b> Score: </b> 87
<p>We're happy to have Recolectores back in the rotation again this year! For the uninitiated, the concept behind Recolectores is to acknowledge the importance of unappreciated workers in the coffee supply chain: coffee pickers. They play an important role in producing delicious coffees, but are often under-paid and treated as basic, unskilled labor. "Recolectores" is a project by a cooperative in Yacuanquer that guarantees a salary and benefits for a group of specially-trained coffee pickers, who then work to harvest the top-quality cherry from several member farmers to sell at a premium. The coffee is always excellent, and the project helps to highlight the impact that trained, fairly paid coffee pickers have on quality. <p/>

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Coffee from Narino is generally fully washed and dry-fermented, resulting in lots with a juicy mouthfeel and well-layered flavors. This season, we found Recolectores to offer some lavender florals and mango fruit notes to complement its traditional cane-sugar note. We love supporting these farmers and drinking their coffee, and this cup is too good to pass up. If you love Colombian coffee, this one is for you! 
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Sugar, Mango, Floral

Variety: Castillo, Colombia

Producer: Narino Small-Holder

Processing: Washed

Origin: Narino, Colombia

Altitude: 1800M

Score: 87

We're happy to have Recolectores back in the rotation again this year! For the uninitiated, the concept behind Recolectores is to acknowledge the importance of unappreciated workers in the coffee supply chain: coffee pickers. They play an important role in producing delicious coffees, but are often under-paid and treated as basic, unskilled labor. "Recolectores" is a project by a cooperative in Yacuanquer that guarantees a salary and benefits for a group of specially-trained coffee pickers, who then work to harvest the top-quality cherry from several member farmers to sell at a premium. The coffee is always excellent, and the project helps to highlight the impact that trained, fairly paid coffee pickers have on quality.

Coffee from Narino is generally fully washed and dry-fermented, resulting in lots with a juicy mouthfeel and well-layered flavors. This season, we found Recolectores to offer some lavender florals and mango fruit notes to complement its traditional cane-sugar note. We love supporting these farmers and drinking their coffee, and this cup is too good to pass up. If you love Colombian coffee, this one is for you!

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LEWIS HURWITZ

SONOMA

Member Since
May '21

So far...

...this has been my favorite. I am rapidly coming to the conclusion that coffees from the Americas are my favorites and this one has to be the best I've tried

07/28/21

On 07/28/21 BJ (Roaster) says

Glad to hear it! This is one of our favorite Colombians and we look forward to it every year!

Brianna & JP

Blairsville

Member Since
May '21

A very tasty washed

I am very much a natural processed man when it comes to beans. That being said I do celebrate the different processing styles. Even though a washed is not my favorite I am very comfortable with this one as my morning espresso shots. It was well-rounded, balanced and had a great flavor. Well worth a try for anyone who wants a delicious washed.

07/28/21