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#212 Roger’s Coffee: Colombia Medium

#212 Roger’s Coffee: Colombia Medium
09.03.2023 Elina Viiala


Colombia Medium

Roger’s Coffee

Roaster: Roger Snellman

When ripe, the coffee cherries are picked and go through an initial flotation sorting to remove underripes, sticks, and general debris before passing through a pulping machine and working their way down the washing channels to the fermentation tanks. Typically in Colombia, this is carried out on the farm, with processed cherries then being taken to a dry mill for careful grading, tasting, and blending. The coffee is stored in parchment until ready for export, when it is hulled at the dry mill and bagged for shipping. Bean sizes 15-16 are graded as Excelso.

Country: Colombia
Region: Antioquia, Huila
Farm: Several
Farmer: Several
Varieties: Caturra, castillo, typica
Growing altitude: 1100-1900 m
Process: Washed

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