Colombia Aponte

$17.45

This coffee is produced by members of the indigenous Inga community (descendants of the Incas), who settled in Narino late in the 14th century. The community operates communally, guided by a council of elders, “cabildo”, who ensure ancestral laws and traditions are followed.

This honey processed coffee is dried without the skin, but with the fruit intact around the bean. Unusually sweet with peach and honeysuckle aromatics. A soft, syrupy body complements milk chocolate and cocoa butter flavors. Well-balanced apple and citrus acidity finish clean with cane sugar and tangerine notes.

Light to Medium Roast

12oz Bag

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This coffee is produced by members of the indigenous Inga community (descendants of the Incas), who settled in Narino late in the 14th century. The community operates communally, guided by a council of elders, “cabildo”, who ensure ancestral laws and traditions are followed.

This honey processed coffee is dried without the skin, but with the fruit intact around the bean. Unusually sweet with peach and honeysuckle aromatics. A soft, syrupy body complements milk chocolate and cocoa butter flavors. Well-balanced apple and citrus acidity finish clean with cane sugar and tangerine notes.

Light to Medium Roast

12 oz bag