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Colombia Fabio Artunduaga

Tangerine, cola, key lime pie.

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12oz / whole bean / free shipping

When tangerine flavor notes decide to team up with cola and key lime pie, there’s a whole load of coffee amazingness happening. Add sweet, balanced acidity and velvety body with a hint of chocolate in the aftertaste and what have we got? An exotic, exceedingly drinkable cup, that’s what!

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Finca El Renacer
Fabio Artunduaga
Washed Process

Meet Fabio Artunduaga

On his farm El Renacer, Fabio Artunduaga grows some of the finest looking Caturra in the whole Pitalito area. Hovering around 1700 meters above sea level, this farm is a model of organization and impeccable farming practices.

While the climate and the soil provide the raw elements for quality, it’s the finer details that really make the difference—details like comprehensive training and highly paid picking staff, meticulous processing and efficient, careful drying. Fabio’s coffees are washed then fermented in tiled tanks, and dried atop raised beds right next to his farmhouse.

Huila, Colombia

In the southwest of Colombia, we find the Huila region, nestled on the flank of the Andes near the Nevado del Huila volcano, second highest peak in Colombia. Consistently garnering awards in Cup of Excellence competitions, coffees from this department (state) are full-bodied, with a syrupy texture, strong fruitiness, and medium to high acidity. San Agustin lies relatively close to the equator which means that coffee harvesting here happens almost year round.

Gods and mythical animals hang out in the mountains of Colombia, stone monuments to a civilization that faded circa 1320 A.D., was rediscovered in the 1800’s, and is now protected by the San Agustin Archaeological Park. The country is rich in all the elements that make it prime coffee-growing territory. Rich volcanic soils, lush climate, altitude all combine to make coffee from the Huila district what Cafe Imports calls “some of the most exquisite in Colombia.”

San Francisco, CA

Ritual Coffee

When Ritual opened its doors on Valencia Street in 2005, they started what many call a coffee revolution in San Francisco. Their goal then—and their goal now—is to craft the very best cup of coffee available anywhere. Period. A pioneer in the recent shift of consciousness that has defined the modern coffee industry, they’ve learned a lot over the years. Still, the care and attention they lavish on their process is unchanged as they work to bring the very best out of the coffees they painstakingly choose, roast, and deliver fresh to coffee lovers worldwide.

With 5 retail stores in the bay area and a roasting facility in the SoMa district of San Francisco, Ritual takes pride in a growing number of direct trade relationships with coffee producers around the world, working with farmers to help them improve their quality with each passing season.

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