San Lorenzo, ColombiaBy: Garage Coffee
In western Colombia, as one of the infamous coffee-producing departments, Nariño is filled with steep slopes and deep valleys, providing the area with a unique array of climates, diversifying the various tasting profiles of coffees grown in the area. Amongst the three important coffee-producing municipalities of Nariño lies San Lorenzo, a historical coffee-producing municipality, has recently been improving production by 3-4% annually whilst also significantly improving cup quality.
In Nariño sits the town of Pasto, whereby coffee producers bring their freshly collected cherries to be purchased by our exporting partners, Cóndor. The relationship with Nariño began in 2014 as Cóndor began working with new producers and purchasing new lots. The work conducted in this region has improved since 2019, with a stronger focus on quality analysis and direct relationships in addition to the provision of technical services for improved agricultural practices. Cóndor now has a working cupping lab and larger warehouse to expand purchasing power in Nariño.
Type: Single Origin
Taste: Lychee, raisin & dark chocolate
Varietal: Castillo, colombia
Bag Size: 250