Single Origin Colombia
Inzá Veredas Vecinas
Inzá is a small valley in the Cauca Department of Colombia. This blend of coffee is made from the producers of neighboring towns, or ‘veredas’, as they’re called in Colombia. Hence the name ‘Veredas Vecinas’, or ‘neighboring towns’. Their high elevation and proximity to the equator make these towns prime coffee growing land. Like nearly all Colombian coffees, this is washed processed. For optimal quality control it is dried on raised, covered beds.
This is the second coffee we’ve had from Inzá this year. We’re excited to share this coffee with you, and we hope you’ll taste the fruit and sugary notes that we love. Specifically, look for caramel apple, almond, and cinnamon. This coffee shines in every brewing method we’ve tried so far, so go crazy with this one!
Region: Inzá, Cauca
Alt: 1500-2000 m
Cultivar: Caturra, Timor Hybrids
Tasting Notes: caramel apple, almond, cinnamon
*Our roast days are Monday and Thursday