Pasto Sede Espresso

Pasto Sede Espresso
 
 
Pasto Sede Espresso
Notes: Meyer Lemon + Passion Fruit + Caramel
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We taste

A vibrant and sweet espresso with tropical fruits and citrus tones that transforms into creamy caramel when incorporated into steamed milk.

The bean

PRODUCER: 36 small producers

REGION: Pasto, Nariño

COUNTRY: Colombia

ELEVATION: 1850-2000 masl

VARIETY: Castillo, Caturra, Colombia

PROCESS: Washed

Particularities

We love the coffees from Nariño, they are distinctive, and their profiles are different from other producing regions of Colombia. Growers in this region tend to operate on very small farms, producing low volumes. The purpose of the blend is to give small producers access to the specialty market by creating larger lots that fit a specific regional profile.

STORY

This coffee is made up of the contributions of a group of 36 small producers from the Pasto region in Nariño. These producers have learned over time to grow coffee in a particularly cool and temperate climate with a median temperature of 13 degrees Celsius. As this area is at high altitude and very close to the equator, producing coffee there means long hours of sunshine during the day and rather cool nights. The coffee trees grow more slowly here but once their cherries are ripe, they offer an incredibly complex and sweet cup.

We taste

A vibrant and sweet espresso with tropical fruits and citrus tones that transforms into creamy caramel when incorporated into steamed milk.

The bean

PRODUCER: 36 small producers

REGION: Pasto, Nariño

COUNTRY: Colombia

ELEVATION: 1850-2000 masl

VARIETY: Castillo, Caturra, Colombia

PROCESS: Washed

Particularities

We love the coffees from Nariño, they are distinctive, and their profiles are different from other producing regions of Colombia. Growers in this region tend to operate on very small farms, producing low volumes. The purpose of the blend is to give small producers access to the specialty market by creating larger lots that fit a specific regional profile.

STORY

This coffee is made up of the contributions of a group of 36 small producers from the Pasto region in Nariño. These producers have learned over time to grow coffee in a particularly cool and temperate climate with a median temperature of 13 degrees Celsius. As this area is at high altitude and very close to the equator, producing coffee there means long hours of sunshine during the day and rather cool nights. The coffee trees grow more slowly here but once their cherries are ripe, they offer an incredibly complex and sweet cup.

Transparency

We believe that buying coffee is much more than a simple transaction. From our very beginnings in 2011, our goal has been to form long-term partnerships and pay prices that ensure financial sustainability for the producers we work with.

C market price on day of purchase:

2.06 $ usd/lb

Fairtrade minimum price:

1.6 $ usd/lb

Price paid by Saint-Henri at origin:

4.01 $ usd/lb

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