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Colombia Tablazo Natural

Colombia Tablazo Natural

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COUNTRY: Colombia
It is no wonder that when people think of Colombia, they also think about coffee. Coffee history in this country can be traced back to the late 1700’s, with the first commercial production recorded in 1808. Yet when coffee was first introduced, leaders were met with resistance due to the length of time it took to produce the initial crop. In 2011, UNESCO declared the coffee cultural landscape of Colombia a World Heritage site. Today, Colombia is one of the largest coffee producing nations in the world, and is associated with growing mild and well-balanced coffee beans.

REGION: Antioquia
This prime coffee region is located in the heart of the coffee belt and is the largest coffee producing region in Colombia. The Oro Molido farms are located specifically in the Central Andean mountains, amidst forested slopes of mineral rich soil created from extinct volcanoes. This rich soil, combined with elevation, precipitation and climate all contribute to the exceptional coffee produced. As an added benefit to the Colombian farmers, the proximity to the equator leads to two harvest seasons.

PRODUCER: Oro Molido
Being a family run business, means that Oro Molido understands the importance of people and the surrounding community. This is demonstrated in the community, where they provide access to free healthcare and education support through their foundation. They believe that origin plays a large part in producing a good coffee, but it is the people who make it great. By training their entire staff from pickers to management on the best practices, they can ensure a quality production from planting to mill to export and finally import. Their state-of-the-art lab and scientific partnership with the Colombian Coffee Federation only adds to their ability to grow consistent flavor profiles, and reliable quality of coffee.

PROCESS: Natural 
ALTITUDE: 1,300 – 1,720 MASL
VARIETALS: Castillo and Colombia
Flavor: Butter cookies, Red Berries, Vanilla, Sugar Cane, Chocolate.
Acidity: Citric
Body: Creamy   

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Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
Louis Charles
great fruitiness and body

Bought 10lbs of this coffee for espresso and I do not regret it: it makes a great cup with good body( and a light vinous touch), even at 2nd crack (not bitter and still fruity). One thing to be aware of is that this coffee does not roast evenly. I have roasted more than 200lbs with my Behmor up to now so I can confidently say that this coffee looks like a 50/50 blend of two kinds of beans. There is always half the beans that roasts a little bit quicker than the other half, and this shows at all roast levels I've tried. Fortunately, the coffee's great, but it's something to be aware as a light event roast will be hard to acheive. Wonder if others have had the same experience?

jim hiebert

This has to be the strangest coffee I have ever had
It has a fermented aroma before and after roasting
When I made coffee it had similar aroma
I liked the taste but as I said very unusual taste
Tried to look for info on this coffee but could not find anything

Les G.
Excellent Coffee

Coffee roasted evenly. Coffee tastes great, has a creamy texture, makes an excellent base for espresso, nice body. Paired with Brazil, I got lots of lovely, fluffy crema.

Patrick Hailstone-Hass
Really excellent

Great fruitiness while still being very mellow and not overtly acidic.