This coffee is classic Colombia: clean and balanced. With a punch of cane sugar up front, the cup eases into something a bit more caramelized — think dulce de leche or butterscotch — and then finishes with honeydew sweetness. As famous coffee growing regions go, Nariño in Colombia is a bit of a superstar. At over 6500 feet above sea level, Pablo Guerrero’s coffee farm sits on the lower shoulder of the Andes mountains with great altitude and fertile soil — perfect for producing beautiful coffees. One of the first in his town of Tangua to plant coffee trees, Pablo Guerrero is a careful, experienced steward, employing farming techniques that ensure clean, complex coffees year after year.
A cup of coffee is practically a religious experience for us. We revere it, we crave it and we anticipate brewing and drinking it every day. Every coffee has a story, a history of soil, people and culture that make each one special. And it’s that combination that keeps us curious to learn about and eager to experience the next cup.