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Colombia La Joyeria Santa Barbara Estate - 500g

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Santa Barbara Estate is divided in three geographical regions Santa Barbara, Fredonia and Amagá covering 450 hectares of productive land. The three regions are neighboring although the geography of the land makes travel times between them longer than they should be.

La Joyeria comes from the main mill on the Santa Barbara farm. La Joyeria makes up a very small percentage of overall volume and is selected from lots that score above 86 points. It is also stored and milled separately from the volume production.

These lots come from an average altitude of 1700 meters and are 100% Colombia varietal. Each lot is composed of two days worth of picking, the coffee of the second day added to the first after 24 hours fermentation and then left fermenting in the tanks for a further 24 hours.

Big bold body! This coffee lends itself excellently to espresso as it is so full bodied with a big mouthfeel. Not overly bright, but very well balanced and clean cup.

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Santa Barbara Estate is divided in three geographical regions Santa Barbara, Fredonia and Amagá covering 450 hectares of productive land. The three regions are neighboring although the geography of the land makes travel times between them longer than they should be.

La Joyeria comes from the main mill on the Santa Barbara farm. La Joyeria makes up a very small percentage of overall volume and is selected from lots that score above 86 points. It is also stored and milled separately from the volume production.

These lots come from an average altitude of 1700 meters and are 100% Colombia varietal. Each lot is composed of two days worth of picking, the coffee of the second day added to the first after 24 hours fermentation and then left fermenting in the tanks for a further 24 hours.

Santa Barbara Estate employs 60 people all year round, who on average earn 30% above the minimum wage, while half of them also receive free housing within the farm for themselves and their families. Workers are generally long-term employees and have been with the company for more than 10 years.

The Santa Barbara Estate also runs an extensive scholarship and financial aid program for worker’s children as well as assisting long-standing employees to acquire their own piece of land on retirement.

Big bold body! This coffee lends itself excellently to espresso as it is so full bodied with a big mouthfeel. Not overly bright, but very well balanced and clean cup.

Price shown per 500g

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