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This exclusive whole bean coffee is freshly roasted in small batches, and on demand. Orders containing this item will ship within 2-3 business days.
Empresa Cooperativa del Sur del Cauca (Cosurca) is composed of 15 farmer associations and coffee cooperatives from four municipalities in Cauca, a mountainous province of Southwestern Colombia. Founded in 1993, this organization has been seriously affected by armed extremist groups who value the area for its proximity to the jungle and abundant natural resources. Many farmers in the area have converted their coffee crops to more profitable, illegal ones while others have been threatened and displaced by armed groups. In contrast, Cosurca's 1,090 members have a strong organization and financial stability as a result of Fair Trade.
Format: Whole bean coffee, 1lb (454g)
Roast Level: Medium roast
Cup Characteristics: Medium body, medium-high acidity, sweet berry flavour
Certifications: Cafe Femenino, Fair Trade Certified, Organic
Varieties: Typica, Caturra, Colombia
Elevation: 1,400 - 1,900 m
Processing: Wet processing and sun drying
Awsome coffee with a perfect after taste for a colombian
This is what I imagine Tim Horton’s coffee would taste like if it didn’t ****.
Always looking for small batch roasting and found the Brewology and had it roasted fresh for me in the store. Really liked this as a Colombian which I usually don't. Might be how fresh it was. Still prefer the Ethiopian though.
Purchased a Technivorm KGBT 741, grinder and Columbian beans. Three times followed the recipe see by Technivorm and SCAA. It was so bitter tasting. I use French roast in the Keurig and like strong coffee. However, two tbsp.of coffee to six ounces of water is water too strong. I spent a fair amount of money and thus far disappointed. I reduced the beans in grams but, still not good. Maybe need to find a good roasted bean. These people that made this water /bean ratio must be bouncing of the walls from caffeine. I will keep trying.