Lot 9b: Sudan Rume Macondo, Hybrid washed

Why this name?:

Macondo is the fictional town described in the novels One Hundred Years of Solitude, among others by the writer Gabriel García Márquez, Nobel Prize winner for literature. Macondo is the name of a game of chance common in the region's festivals.

Coffee and cupping details

Description:

Fermentation: The fermentation process for this lot in known at our farm as a hybrid since it starts with a fermentation in whole cheries in open tanks for 25 hours and then pass to a pulper machine. Once this process is finished the beans go through a second fermentation in mucilage with the presence of oxigen for 38 hours.

Drying Method: Parabolic and Mechanical dryer. The batch passed through the Mechanical dryer for a dehydration of 24 hours and then goes to the parabolic located in La Esperanza Farm for 6 days using the natural heat of the sun during the day.

Bags: 1
Weight: 53 lbs
Score: 90.5
Cupping notes: Fragrance and aroma: Orange blossom flower, mint, aromatic, cocoa, panela, and lime. Taste and aftertaste: Orange, camdy, aromatic, cinnamon, cocoa, hazelnut, green apple, floral, malic acidity, and delicated silky acidity.
Varietal: SUDAN RUME

Farm details

Description:

Farm Name: Las Margaritas

District: Colombia, Valle de Cauca, Caicedonia

Crop Size: 4.8 Hectares

Farm Elevation: 1570-1850 MSNM
Average Rainfall: 1340 MM/annual, Humidity: 73% Temperature: 17°C - 22°C

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