Lot 12: Mandela Ciudad Perdida, Natural Double Fermentation

Why this name?:

Ciudad Perdida, also known as Teyuna or Buritaca-200,1 was an ancient Tayrona indigenous town and archaeological site belonging to the city of Santa Marta, in Colombia. It was built around the 8th century of our era and is considered one of the main archaeological sites in Colombia.

About this vareital:

This Unique cultivar was devolp by CGLE throgh 5 different stages that are:
- Self-pollinated (avoiding contaminations from other trees) Caturra x Caturra.
- Timor Hybrid crossing with the objective of creating a resistance to the coffee rust.
- Crossed with Ethiopian material such as Sudan Rume, Daleco, Villa Sarchis.
- Selection of the trees already developed. Bronze tip and green tip.
- Renovation of lots with Green tip trees thanks to positive results in terms of production and quality cup.

 

Coffee and cupping details

Description:

Fermentation: Once the whole fermetation is finished the cherries are moved to a mechanical dryer where they last 8 days until moistures is on the ideal percentage point. This mechanical dryers are regulated to a temprature of 38°C - 39°C.

Drying Method: Once the whole fermetation is finished the cherries are moved to a mechanical dryer where they last 8 days until moistures is on the ideal percentage point. This mechanical dryers are regulated to a temprature of 38°C - 39°C. 

Bags: 1
Weight: 106 lbs
Score: 90.0
Cupping notes: Fragrance and aroma: Tropical fruits, cherries, peaches, and vanilla. Taste and aftertaste: Plums, sweet chocolate, peach, tropical fruits, sweet guava, citrus acidity, and creamy body.
Varietal: MANDELA

Farm details

Description:

Farm Name: La Esperanza

District:  Colombia, Valle de Cauca, Trujillo

Crop Size: 11.5 Hectares

Farm Elevation: 1430-1760MSNM
Average Rainfall: 1526MM/annual, Humidity: 85-90%, Temperature: 15°C - 21°C

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