Our organic Colombian Supremo unroasted coffee beans grown in mountainous Narino is balanced and structured with rich dark chocolate, cherry and orange notes.
Unlike the classic Supremo, our organic Colombian Nariño coffee is structured with a vibrant citrus impression of dark berry and cherry top-notes. A bittersweet dark chocolate body rounds out this full-bodied cup. The finish is smooth and balanced with a big aroma of toffee folded in with dried fruit and molasses notes.
ORGANIC COLOMBIA NARINO SUPREMO
WOMEN PRODUCED COFFEE
This refined organic Columbian coffee is farmed on 5-hectare Muñoz farm in Cusillo, a small village nestled between the Amazon basin and the Andes Mountain Range. Here, warm tropical day winds from the Pacific Coast and cool mountain night temperatures create a unique climate that favors the development of sweet sugars and pronounced aromas in the Nariño coffees. Muñoz and her family grow this organic coffee alongside sugarcane, yucca, and plantains food crops.
The family hand-picks the ripest of cherries and meticulously process them own small micro-mill that Muñoz financed with the help of a small micr-loan from the local farmer society. With in-house processing, the family is focused on quality and takes extra care in de-pulping, fermenting, and drying the coffee. As a member of the organic association, a producers’ association founded to improve the organic farming of coffee, Muñoz receives technical advice in organic farm management, waste reduction, and environmental protection.