Thank you to Café Tío Conejo for allowing us to share these images from the sorting and processing of the coffee at the wet mill.
Colombia 12oz. Whole Bean
Colombia Andaki is light roasted to produce a light to medium bodied cup with tasting notes of caramel hard candies.
• 12oz. Bag
• Whole Bean Coffee
Origin: Colombia, South America
Main Producer: Felipe Aristizabal
Farms: Several small producers
Importer: Café Tío Conejo
Variety: Castillo and Colombia blend
Elevation: 1,600 - 1,800 MASL
Roast Profile: Light
Tasting Notes: A traditional Colombian style with notes of caramel hard candies. Light to medium body, sweet aromas and acidity. Perfect for all day drinking.
Colombia Andaki was named after the Indigenous community located in the area where coffee is collected. After the coffee is collected by the small producers from Huila, logistically it is transported to the common wet mill created by Felipe Aristizabal in Villamaria, Caldas. When the coffee is received it is put in a container to measure density and to remove any floating beans. They then follow a hand sorting process, which is led by the women of the area, to separate any bean from the ripe and overripe. The fermentation process happens for up to 72 hours.
A single-origin coffee from South America.
Tasting Notes: caramel hard candies.
- Light Roast
- Medium-bodied cup
- 12oz. Bag
- Whole Bean Coffee