Fiesta coffee Flavor and fragrance: sweet, light chocolate, a little citrus, medium body, medium citric acidity, residual bitter chocolate, light herbal, clean and consistent cup.
Varietal: Caturro, Castillo, Colombia Variety.
Harvest Period: March – June first crop of the year, September – December, second crop of the year.
Tolima is one of the most interesting new coffee growing regións in Colombia, extending the geography of coffee cultivation in our Country into rich soil áreas, great weather patterns, and beautiful people that extend Colombian good Quality coffee legacy, you will be seduced by the jazmine aromas, the red berries flavors, the creamy taste, cleanliness and the chocolate after taste coffee that we bring for your consideration, perfect for espressos, french press and filtered coffees. A Regional Plus concept of 83 to 84 SCA points.
Our SCA ratings across the board put us in the top 3% percent of beans in the world with scores ranging from 83-90 overall.
Our Nicaraguan (best seller) coffee grows in, and directly sourced from the mountains of Matagalpa at an elevation of appx 1,800 meters. To keep it simple, they always say, “the higher the altitude the better the coffee.”
Our Brazilian coffee is grown in some of the richest soil on the planet, low altitude fields, and the hot humid climate that coffee plants thrive in. This profile makes it the perfect base for flavored coffees and espresso blends.
Our Colombian coffee is grown, harvested, and directly sourced from a mountainous region appx 1,800 to 2,000 in Minca, Magdalena, Colombia. Each bean goes through a rigorous selection process, thus raising the quality so high.
For those who enjoy their coffee smooth and creamy, the Brazil roast is right up your alley! If you want a roast that carries a citrus-like acidity, giving just a hint of a fruity aftertaste, then Colombia is your cup of coffee. To finish our trip around the world, any coffee drinker who is looking for smooth bodied coffee, with a bright acidity, carrying floral, citrus and chocolate notes, and a sweet aroma then Nicaragua is for you.
Beginning with farmers Rolyn and Lorena Garcia in Nicaragua, Guadalupe Roastery has always been a Farmer First Organization that is now actively pursuing direct trade relationships with farmers around the world. Paying .80c + more per pound than Fair Trade and forging a new type of relationship with coffee farmers, Guadalupe Roastery looks to empower farmers to support themselves, their families, and their communities by forming a partnership. One day, we hope to be partnering with as many coffee growers as they can in order to bring families and communities out of poverty, while offering the highest quality coffee beans from around the world.