Colombia | Granja La Esperanza

Sudan Rume Natural

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Cocoa Nib, Rosehip, Citron

Sudan Rume Natural
Sudan Rume Natural
Sudan Rume Natural
Sudan Rume Natural
Sudan Rume Natural
Sudan Rume Natural
Sudan Rume Natural
Sudan Rume Natural

Colombia | Granja La Esperanza

Sudan Rume Natural

$45.00 Sale Save

Cocoa Nib, Rosehip, Citron

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Delightfully complex, yet approachable. Strong aromas of cherry wine, vanilla, and orange peel. When sipped, we found notes of strawberry, fruity cocoa nib, rosehip, and subtle sage. The body is soft and juicy with a citron acidity and spiced cookie-like sweetness. Look for an herbal finish of rosehip, peppercorn, and raisin.

Producer: Rigoberto Herrera
Farm: Las Margaritas, Café Granja La Esperanza
Region: Valle del Cauca
Altitude: 5,151-6,070 feet | 1,570-1,850 masl
Varietal: Sudan Rume
Process: Natural
Roast: Medium
Notes: Cocoa Nib, Rosehip, Citron

Sudan Rume is an exceptionally rare coffee with a beautiful flavor profile. As its name suggests, the varietal was discovered in the country of Sudan near its border with Ethiopia. It's a naturally-occurring varietal from the Bourbon family, bursting with red fruit and floral flavors, but very low-yielding. Due to the tree’s low yield, Sudan Rume has mainly been used for breeding, creating hybrid trees that produce more fruit with some of its prized flavor characteristics.

Recently, farms in the specialty coffee world have begun to allot some of their farmland to Sudan Rume trees. As the harvest is incredibly small, this coffee is a classic case of quality over quantity.

In 2012, Café Granja La Esperanza achieved a “Triple Crown,” landing in 2nd, 3rd, and 7th place in the SCAA’s Coffees of the Year competition. We've been proud to partner with a producer who values experimentation with rare and difficult varieties—the results over the years have always been worth it!

Key Production Notes from Granja La Esperanza:

• Hand-picked at peak ripeness and fermented in-cherry for 48 hours. Then the coffee is moved to solar drying for 28 days. Coffee is left in storage for 3 months to help stabilize it and reduce the astringency of freshness.

• Every lot is sampled and cupped by the Quality Control Lab at Granja La Esperanza before being sent to the dry mill.

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