Miramar, Colombia 300g
Tasting Profile & Structure
Mango | Cane Sugar | Apricot | Complex: expressive, wild
Why we love this coffee
It feels refreshing and vibrant, like a juicy mango, an apricot spritz on a hot summer day, and a coastal bike ride with the Ocean breeze by your side.
Angel Ortega is a second-generation coffee grower from San Agustin, Huila, who has been growing coffee since he was a teenager on his family farm. At 24, he set out on his lot and planted 10,000 trees of the Colombia variety. More recently, with the assistance of his son Didier, who returned to the farm during the early days of the pandemic, Don Angel has sold his coffee as micro-lots under his name and begun delving into fermentation regimes and planting different varieties, such as Gesha and Sidra, as they continue their push to become known amongst the best smallholder growers in the region. In the last three years, This specific lot is a Pink Bourbon variety picked at peak ripeness and left overnight in cherry. The coffee is de-pulped the following day before undergoing a 36-40 hour dry ferment. It’s rinsed three to four times and then moved to raised beds, where the coffee is dried for 18-22 days under the white mesh.
|Origin||Kennedy, San Agustin, Huila|
|Drip||17g : 1g||20g||340g||3min (V60)|
|Espresso||2.5g :1g||18g||47g||29 seconds|
|Immersion||15g : 1g|
|Peak Rest Time||5 to 40 days off roast|