High-altitude and high on attitude, this coffee is all about balance. The body, acidity and sweetness come together all nice ‘n smooth-like, leaving you with nothing but a down-and-dirty clean finish. A wet-processed, dense bean is the key to this coffee – and unlike cookies, it’s great with or without milk.
The current Saucha is grown in the mountains near Los Naranjos River of Colombia. A group of 50 producers join together with 150 hectares of coffee to make up Los Naranjos San Agustin. This group of farmers created an association called La Asociacion Los Naranjos de San Augustin. The coffee is grown between 1350 and 1900 m.a.s.l then fully-washed and sun-dried. Farms growing caturra, typica, bourbon, castillo varieties with similar cup profiles arecombined to make this particular lot of Los Naranjos San Agustin. The cup gives up a nice citrus acidity with orange, papaya, grilled tomato and molasses.