History

Huila coffee is grown in the southern Andean Region by peasant communities in 35 municipalities, with more than 83,000 families growing 144,895 hectares of Arabica coffee of the Castillo, Colombia, Caturra, Bourbon and TabĂ­ varieties.
Huila coffee is characterized by having sweet notes, medium acidity and juicy body with fruity and caramel sensations.

Process

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Cupping

  • Fragance / Aroma 7.75
  • Taste 7.50
  • Afer Taste 7.75
  • Acidity 7.75
  • Body 7.75
  • Balance 7.75
  • Uniformity / clean cup / sweetness 30.00
  • Overall grade 84.00
  • Final score 84.00

Notes:

bright citric acidity, caramel, floral, fruity, juicy body, sweet, tangerine

Cupping

  • Fragance / Aroma 7.75
  • Taste 7.50
  • Afer Taste 7.75
  • Acidity 7.75
  • Body 7.75
  • Balance 7.75
  • Uniformity / clean cup / sweetness 30.00
  • Overall grade 84.00
  • Final score 84.00

Notes:

bright citric acidity, caramel, floral, fruity, juicy body