Colombian Dark Roast Coffee 

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Colombian Dark

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Who will enjoy Colombian Dark Roast Coffee the most?

  • This Colombian Dark Roast coffee is perfect for anyone that wants that signature Colombian taste and enjoys a darker roast!
  • Those who enjoy some earthy character to their coffee, notes of earth are nicely accented in this coffee.
  • Fans of a good complex cup, a number of notable aspects are on display in harmony here.

Colombian Dark Roast Coffee Profile

Roast:  Medium-Dark

Body:  Full, thick

Taste:  Complex, notes of earth and cherry

Fragrance:  Strong, earthy

Aroma:  Earthy, cherry

Sweetness:  Moderate, honey-like

Acidity:  Balanced

Aftertaste:  Sweet & Smooth

Origin(s):  Colombia

Species:  Arabica 

Cert(s):  Single Origin

The Background

Colombia is a massive producer of coffee and considered to be home to some of the best coffee beans in the world. Colombia sits within the coffee belt, a latitude range that centers around the equator, and benefits from an ideal climate enabling coffee growth all year. The Colombian terrain in which coffee is typically grown is mountainous, which provides high altitude growing conditions, as well as nutrient rich soil. Only the largest, highest grade supremo beans are used in this Colombian Dark Roast coffee. This coffee lives up to the hype, and offers something a little different too.

What makes this Colombian Dark Roast Coffee special?

This Colombian Dark Roast coffee includes notes of earth and cherry, that are wonderfully amplified by the darker roast profile. The rich taste that is expected of Colombian coffee is in full force here, and is coupled with a tasty honey-toned sweetness. The acidity here is less bright than your typical Colombian coffee, but is balanced in a way that allows it to compliment the rest of the profile nicely and still finish sweet and smooth. The focus on a more darkly roasted bean brings out some earthy character that isn't typically as notable in Colombian coffee, making this a nice change of pace. This is a complex cup of coffee that balances several aspects quite well, multiple cups are a must to appreciate everything that is going on!

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