Jorge Elias Rojas VasquezNotes:
Yellow Fruits, Honey, All Spice, Creamy
The coffee cherries are harvested at their peak ripeness, after that they are floated in water tanks to take out impurities like sticks, leaves, bitten & unripe cherries. After that the fermentation starts dry – aerobic oxidation – and then gets step-by-step submerged in water under temperature control. Twice a day the coffee mass is stirred to homogenize the fermentation & oxidation process. Afterwards the coffee is dried during 29 days with interruptions to stabilize water activity.
Fermentation: 180 hours; begins aerobic and when the coffee mass reaches up to 95°F it’s cooled down with spring water showers, and step by step it gets submerged. The coffee is then dried for 29 days at 60.8 °F - 95°F, with interruptions at days 13, 19 & 26.
Process: Yellow natural (yellow refers to the green coffee color)
This will be a delight for any specialty coffee lover!
Note: To ensure the highest quality, all coffee is roasted to order. This can take 24 - 72 hours after the order has been received and according to the roasting schedule. You will be notified through email when the order has shipped or is ready for local pickup.
The Coffee Review
Crisply sweet-savory, deep-toned. Concord grape, baking spices, dark chocolate, tea rose, the scent of balsa wood in aroma and cup. Sweet structure with brisk acidity; very full, viscous mouthfeel. Crisp, sweetly wood-framed finish with undertones of baking spices.
Link to coffee review: https://www.coffeereview.com/review/colombia-planadas-tolima/