Intense red fruit, reminiscent of raspberry, makes for an aromatic profile one would expect from an East Africa coffee, not a low-grown Latin American coffee. In the cup, the fruit takes on a red plum-like character and is underpinned by a deep raw honey-like sweetness.
At 250 meters above sea level, this coffee is remarkably low grown. Thanks to the micro-climate of the Galápagos, which is produced by the Humboldt Current, this coffee has the complexity of flavor of a much higher grown coffee.
- 250 masl
- Wet Processed
- Galápagos Islands
- Typica, Bourbon, Caturra