Yacuanquer Supreme

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<b>Variety: </b> Castillo, Caturra
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<b> Processing: </b> Washed
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<b> Origin: </b>  Narino, Colombia
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<b> Producers:</b> Yacuanquer Small-holders
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<b> Altitude: </b> 1900-2200m
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<p>Yacuanquer is a small town in the Narino department of Colombia, just south of the Volcan Galeras. Several families in the region have been farming coffee on the land around the volcano for many years using traditional methods popular in Narino like parabolic drying beds. The volcano is relatively active and rises to almost  4300m, making the hillsides at its base the perfect location for fertile, well-draining volcanic soil and high-altitude growing conditions. Several small-holder families contributed their high-quality cherry to this lot, creating a unique flavor that's intimately tied to Volcan Galeras and the Yacuanquer area. </p>
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Right off the bat, we taste some delicious plum notes with a smooth sweetness and juicy quality. Aromatically, we noticed some hints of rose petal and other florals. (If you're brewing this one manually, we hope you take the time to stop and smell the roses during your bloom!) We also tasted a fun tropical fruit note along the lines of papaya or pineapple - that bright, tangy sweetness that contains a little acidity without being sharp or sour. This is just a super likable coffee any way you brew it, and we hope you feel the same way! 
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Tasting Notes: Plum, Rose, Tropical Fruit

Variety: Castillo, Caturra

Processing: Washed

Origin: Narino, Colombia

Producers: Yacuanquer Small-holders

Altitude: 1900-2200m

Yacuanquer is a small town in the Narino department of Colombia, just south of the Volcan Galeras. Several families in the region have been farming coffee on the land around the volcano for many years using traditional methods popular in Narino like parabolic drying beds. The volcano is relatively active and rises to almost 4300m, making the hillsides at its base the perfect location for fertile, well-draining volcanic soil and high-altitude growing conditions. Several small-holder families contributed their high-quality cherry to this lot, creating a unique flavor that's intimately tied to Volcan Galeras and the Yacuanquer area.

Right off the bat, we taste some delicious plum notes with a smooth sweetness and juicy quality. Aromatically, we noticed some hints of rose petal and other florals. (If you're brewing this one manually, we hope you take the time to stop and smell the roses during your bloom!) We also tasted a fun tropical fruit note along the lines of papaya or pineapple - that bright, tangy sweetness that contains a little acidity without being sharp or sour. This is just a super likable coffee any way you brew it, and we hope you feel the same way!

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Joseph Frantz

Fort Myers

Member Since
December '16
9stars c58729f5103ff4590617db3549eb955fdf8c2b8a5189f5adb5f5c5b2399e076c

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This is great. Very light, juicy. Just right.

05/24/19

Randall LaLonde

Glenfield

Member Since
July '15
8stars 30f964d825671e936496b1e9b91652b236d1338f7f157d183e3d5d7bf6dc5a84

Yacuanquer Columbian

Delicious coffee that hits the sweet spot of richness without too much acidity.

06/03/19