Colombia Jerico, Madre Laura

Hints of red wine and black cherry in a smooth-bodied coffee.

The Colombia Jerico, Madre Laura is our newest Colombian offering, harvested for its agreeable body, complexity, and notes of black cherry and red wine. The coffee sits somewhere between a maple sweetness and a gentle fruit-forward tartness that delicately balances the cup.

South America

Jerico, Antioquia, Colombia

This coffee is surnamed by its country (Colombia) and then by the specific town from which it hails—Jerico, Antioquia. The town, which has a strong catholic tradition, is home to Colombia’s only canonized saint, Madre Laura, who is honored in the name of this single origin. Each growing lot is cupped rigorously, filtering out any unbalanced beans in hopes to best represent Jerico’s unmistakable flavor profile. If you’ve had any of our Colombians in that past this certainly isn’t a surprise to you. This coffee harvested between 20+ farms, 1700-2000 meters above sea level. Its hand-sorted, fully washed [link to processing methods], then dried mechanically or by the sun, capturing the sweet and clean profile we’ve learned to expect and cherish from Colombian coffees.

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