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Coffee from Central America, Colombia

Colombian coffee has deservedly won world fame. It was first brought here at the beginning of the XVIII century, now Colombia is in second place after Brazil in terms of coffee cultivation. At the same time, only Arabica is grown in Colombia, and most of the Colombian arabica is wonderful samples grown in small farms in high - altitude areas, where coffee beans are carefully collected and processed in a wet way. Colombian coffee is often characterized as velvety, strong, with an unforgettable aroma. The taste has a slight bitterness, a soft sourness, and subtle fruit notes. But the main distinguishing feature of Colombian Arabica is the amazing harmony and balance of taste and aroma.

Bouquet: sweet, juicy bright apple acidity. The taste of tropical fruits: Thai pineapple, lemongrass, pear and maple syrup.

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