Colombia Potosi Sidra Natural Omni
Great trees are often the focal point of great stories, think Newton, think of the Buddha; this Sidra variety is sort of like that - a bit - depends how much you love delicious coffees. The Sidra variety was developed in Ecuador by a private company, taking its name from the tree it was propagated under. This hybrid coffee is a cross mutation between Red Bourbon and Typica; these two varieties are never the top of our list when going through the yummiest, most delectable, or exciting varieties but when they come together it’s like heaven on a round silver spoon.
Notes of hibiscus, rhubarb, and orange fill the palate here and the intensity of flavour is what drew in.
PRE-ORDER: This coffee will be roasted 18-07-2022
The Sidra of Cafe Granja la Esperanza is grown at 1400 - 2000 masl, and a temperature controlled fermentation over 48 hours brings a higher concentration of sugars with intense, complex notes. The Potosi farm also holds the Yirgacheffe, and XO varieties. We have both of these. All of these coffees are good.