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Colombia Los Vascos

Los Vascos is a community lot made up of a small collection of farms near Bilbao in Colombia. The farms that make up this coffee are incredibly similar—usually only a couple hectares or so in size and all family run, the producers create a coffee with the same signature soft acidity and round sweetness. Each producer’s small lots are pooled together based on their flavour profile which is identified at the daily tastings held at the co-operative mill. This lot was created specifically to be a crowd pleasing easy to drink coffee, something everyone will love.

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Coffee type

Single origin

Roast level

Light

Botany

100% Arabica

Aroma

Caramel, Honey, Green Apple.

Process

Washed

Acidity

Bitterness

Body

Variety Region
Caturra, Colombia, Castillo Tolima
Harvesting period Altitude
November to Febuary 1,650 – 1,950 masl

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Los Vascos is a community lot made up of a small collection of farms near Bilbao in Colombia. The farms that make up this coffee are incredibly similar—usually only a couple hectares or so in size and all family run, the producers create a coffee with the same signature soft acidity and round sweetness. Each producer’s small lots are pooled together based on their flavour profile which is identified at the daily tastings held at the co-operative mill. This lot was created specifically to be a crowd pleasing easy to drink coffee, something everyone will love.

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Weight N/A
Pack size

250g, 1kg

1 review for Colombia Los Vascos

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    AF

    Lovely for a nice Italian Ristretto. Good with milk too

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  • Store Name: Kiss the Hippo
  • Vendor: Kiss the Hippo
  • Address: London
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Richmond, UK

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