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Colombia, La Esperanza, Espresso

Tasting Notes

Aroma
Orange Lindt
Flavour
Orange, Cacao
Acidity
Citric
Body
Full
Finish
Bittersweet Chocolate

Information

Producer
Cristian Camilo Molina
Region
Pitalito, Huila
Varietal
Caturra
Processing
Washed
Altitude
1650 - 1700 masl

About this coffee

A deliciously sweet espresso.

Cristian Camilo Molina Galindez oversees two of his family's coffee farms, one of which is La Esperanza. Cristian Camilo represents a new generation of socially responsible coffee growers who have learned the value of the crop both at home, where it all begins, as well as abroad, where the consumer enjoys the delicious result.

Cristian Camilo has a wealth of knowledge behind him, after studying literature in Israel and coffee-roasting, statistics and business in Northern Italy. After completing a brief internship with Intelligentsia (a well-regarded roaster in Chicago), he returned home to Colombia to begin his own cold brew company as well as to manage his family’s coffee farms. The Galindez family’s coffee is one of a kind. Grown on the highest slopes of the property, this two-hectare plot produces ripe cherry year-round, due to its privileged geographical position. La Esperanza showcases notes of orange and cacao with a zesty acidity and rich bittersweet chocolate finishDownload your print-ready Colombia La Esperanza tasting card here.

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Tasting Notes

Aroma
Orange Lindt
Flavour
Orange, Cacao
Acidity
Citric
Body
Full
Finish
Bittersweet Chocolate

Information

Producer
Cristian Camilo Molina
Region
Pitalito, Huila
Varietal
Caturra
Processing
Washed
Altitude
1650 - 1700 masl

About this coffee

A deliciously sweet espresso.

Cristian Camilo Molina Galindez oversees two of his family's coffee farms, one of which is La Esperanza. Cristian Camilo represents a new generation of socially responsible coffee growers who have learned the value of the crop both at home, where it all begins, as well as abroad, where the consumer enjoys the delicious result.

Cristian Camilo has a wealth of knowledge behind him, after studying literature in Israel and coffee-roasting, statistics and business in Northern Italy. After completing a brief internship with Intelligentsia (a well-regarded roaster in Chicago), he returned home to Colombia to begin his own cold brew company as well as to manage his family’s coffee farms. The Galindez family’s coffee is one of a kind. Grown on the highest slopes of the property, this two-hectare plot produces ripe cherry year-round, due to its privileged geographical position. La Esperanza showcases notes of orange and cacao with a zesty acidity and rich bittersweet chocolate finishDownload your print-ready Colombia La Esperanza tasting card here.