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Colombia Marta Arcila Espresso

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Tasting Notes
  • Ripe purple fruit 
  • toasted macadamia
  • Soft caramel sweetness 
  • Flashes of mandarin acidity

Featuring ripe purple fruit with toasted macadamia. Soft caramel sweetness with flashes of mandarin acidity, leaving you with rolling complexity. A delight black or with milk.

About Me

This 100% Caturra lot was grown by Marta Arcila on her farm, Finca La Leone, in Armenia, Quindio. Marta is a third-generation coffee farmer, who inherited her two farms when her father passed away some 20 years ago.

For the majority of her time producing coffee at La Leone, her focus was on high yields, however in 2019 she decided quality was going to be the primary focus for the farm. Due to the relatively high temperatures in Quindio, fermentation needs to be carefully controlled via Grainpro bags stored in water tanks - fermention goes for approx 48hrs, drying on raised beds for around 18 days bring the coffee to 11% moisture - if you’ve read this far, I’m impressed.

ORIGIN: COLOMBIA

REGION:
 ARMENIA, QUINDIO

VARIETAL: CATURRA

PRODUCER: MARTA ARCILA 

Roast Type

Espresso roast. Suitable for espresso machines and stovetops. A great place to start your coffee at home journey.

Roaster

STELLA is here to provide high quality, delicious and responsibly sourced coffee to anyone who wants to discover it. Stella is lead by Tim Varney, who's been doing coffee for some time and in various capacities - as a coffee roaster for Tim Wendelboe, as the co-founder of the World AeroPress Championship or as a co-founder of Melbourne's first co-roasting space Bureaux.

Location: Smith Street, Collingwood

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30/03/2022

Delicious

Coffee is great. Delivery was slower then expected but given delays from the floods, I anticipate there may have been some consequential issues.

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Gabrielle W.
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