Origin Information

Rigoberto and Luis Herrera | Carlos Fernández Morera | Francisco Javier Montiel Valencia
Sudan Rume | Catuai, Caturra | Typica
Caicedonia, Valle de Cauca, Colombia | San Rafael de San Ramón, Alajuela, Costa Rica | Huehuetecpan, Cosaultán de Carvajal, Veracruz, Mexico
October - February | November- February | December- April
1780 | 1100-1350 | 1320 meters
Clay minerals | Volcanic loam | Volcanic loam
Fully washed after depulping and fermenting, then dried in solar driers | Depulped then fermented anaerocally and fully washed. Dried in the sun on a patio and then on raised beds | Floated, depulped, and fermented for 38-40 hours with selected yeast, then fully washed and dried on raised beds in partial shade for up to 25 days

Background Details

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