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SUMP COFFEE

Colombia Timanco // 12 oz

$17.00

SUMP COFFEE

Colombia Timanco // 12 oz

$17.00

The coffee you have before you is from the Timanca region of Colombia of the Huila department. The Timanca region, before the Spanish conquest, was inhabited by the Timanca people, thus the namesake. Modern Timanca, post Spanish conquest, was founded in 1538 by Pedro de Anasco, a Spanish Conquistador. Coffee growers from Timaná are descendants of three indigenous tribes who worked together to rebel against the Spanish conquerors.

We picked this coffee up to have a Colombia offering on our menu while we wait for the current crop of La Virgen to arrive in August. It is sourced in a very similar method as the Virgen, and is also of AA quality. It comes from the same Huila department as Virgen, but with a much different microclimate. The region is surrounded by the Andes mountains and the Magdalena and Golden Rivers. The convergence of all these geographic features results in coffees that produce balanced cups. In the cup look for notes of raisin, rooibos, and Pippin apple. Enjoy. .

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