This is for both #1 and #2 ranked Best Cup Colombia coffees.
A few months ago, our manager Mary traveled to Colombia and won a bid for Colombia's top two best coffees in America! We're the only roaster in America that has these two amazing coffees. The coffees retail over $100 a pound but we’ve decided to heavily discount these amazing coffees for our customers during this time. Do not miss out a once in a lifetime opportunity to grab the #1 or #2 or both top coffee from Colombia today!
You can read more about her experience during her trip here: https://www.waterbean.coffee/single-post/2019/10/08/Best-Cup-Colombia-2019
#1 Ranked Best Cup Coffee Information:
Diego Becoche Zambrano has been a producer for most of his life, as he started growing coffee when he was 12 years old, alongside his father. At age 16 he became a farmer full-time, and how he owns a 4.5-hectare farm called Buena Vista, where he grows Castillo variety coffee on 4 hectares. The coffee is picked ripe when the cherries are purple, and depulped the same day they're harvested. Fermentation is done dry in a tank for 26 hours, after which time the coffee is washed three or four times. It's spread in parabolic driers for 21 days to dry.
#2 Ranked Best Cup Coffee Information:
Faustino Trujillo Moncayo owns La Guadua farm, where he grows Castillo and Colombia variety coffees. After picking, the coffee is fermented twice: Once in cherry form in a hopper, and then depulped and held in a fermentation tank. The combined fermentation time is 36 hours. The coffee is then washed and dried for 15 days in parabolic driers and/or on patios.
#1 and #2 Ranked Best Cup Colombia
Agua Clara, Suarez, Cauca & La Cocha, Arboleda, NariñoProcess
#1-(Rich, Sugary and Winey with Chocolate, Caramelized Sugar and Raspberry Flavors). #2-(Tart and Sweet with Lemon, Chocolate and Floral Flavors).