San Lorenzo is part of the Cooperativa de Caficultores de Alto Occidente de Caldas which was established in 1964. The San Lorenzo indigenous group are based in the Rio Sucio municipality of Caldas where there are 11,500 inhabitants with 1,150 farmers producing coffee within 21 communities.
The indigenous inhabitants believe in the Pacha Mama, where they see the land as a living being. To them it is their duty to protect the natural environment and have as little impact as possible from their farming of coffee and to leave it as it has always been. Each farmer has approximately 0.5 hectares of land in which they have about 2500 coffee trees. In this lot there is in total 179 producers coffee, who have each delivered small amounts of parchment that has been assessed and categorised as specialty coffee. There is good recording of each farmer contributions and receipts, giving full traceability about the construction of this lot.
ROAST PROFILE: Filter
PROCESS: Wet Processed
ALTITUDE: 1,600 - 2,200 masl
VARIETAL: Caturra, Castillo, Colombia
NOTES: Cherry and raisin with vibrant acidity, hoppy floral notes and a sweet dark chocolate body