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Edith Enciso Yasso

red grape, lemongrass

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This particular microlot is a standout from our other Colombian coffee offerings! It is bursting with aromas and flavors reminiscent of high end lots from Central Africa. Very limited amounts of this unique coffee are available.

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Lot#

CEY201 – Colombian Microlot Coffee

Flavor

Red grape, lemongrass, molasses

Brightness

Medium

Body

Structured

Region

Tolima

Elevation

1,700 meters

Variety

Cattura, Colombia

Producer

Edith Enciso Yasso

Edith Yasso’s Colombian Microlot Coffee Stands Out From The Rest

This limited release Colombia comes to us from Edith Enciso Yasso and her farm, Lusitania. Located in the southern department of Tolima, Edith manages Lusitania with her husband, Wilson Rodriguez Franco. The couple has dedicated their life to the quality of their coffee, solidified by winning Colombia’s Cup of Excellence in 2005. This particular microlot from Edith Yasso is a standout from Amavida’s other Colombian offerings. It is bursting with aromas and flavors reminiscent of high end lots from Central Africa. Amavida grabbed a very limited amount of this coffee, and we are excited to share this unique lot with you.

At 1700 meters, the Caturra and Colombia cherries grown at Lusitania are able to ripen slowly, increasing the complexity of flavor and sweetness in the cup. Edith’s coffee is shade grown under Plantain and Nogal Trees. The coffee is processed with the traditional washed process, with a dry fermentation time of 24-30 hours. The coffee is fully and slowly sundried on parabolic drying patios. The result is a very stable and consistent product, which allows us to serve a coffee that roasts and tastes the same down to the last green bean.

Initial roasts of Edith’s microlot are bursting with character. Apricot, Lemon Tart, and Baking Spices in the aroma give way to red grape, lemongrass and molasses in the cup. The sweetness really stands out on this coffee… it’s one of those that just works no matter how we roast it. We have less than 300lbs available so get it before its gone!

The Bottom Line:

This is a juicy, sweet Colombian lot that you may never believe is from Colombia. This coffee is perfect for those looking for a unique sensorial experience, just in time for the New Year. You will love this coffee!

Thanks to fellow B Corp Carvela Coffee  for helping us share the story of our friend Edith Enciso Yasso.

Lot#

CEY201 – Colombian Microlot Coffee

Flavor

Red grape, lemongrass, molasses

Brightness

Medium

Body

Structured

Region

Tolima

Elevation

1,700 meters

Variety

Cattura, Colombia

Producer

Edith Enciso Yasso

Edith Yasso’s Colombian Microlot Coffee Stands Out From The Rest

This limited release Colombia comes to us from Edith Enciso Yasso and her farm, Lusitania. Located in the southern department of Tolima, Edith manages Lusitania with her husband, Wilson Rodriguez Franco. The couple has dedicated their life to the quality of their coffee, solidified by winning Colombia’s Cup of Excellence in 2005. This particular microlot from Edith Yasso is a standout from Amavida’s other Colombian offerings. It is bursting with aromas and flavors reminiscent of high end lots from Central Africa. Amavida grabbed a very limited amount of this coffee, and we are excited to share this unique lot with you.

At 1700 meters, the Caturra and Colombia cherries grown at Lusitania are able to ripen slowly, increasing the complexity of flavor and sweetness in the cup. Edith’s coffee is shade grown under Plantain and Nogal Trees. The coffee is processed with the traditional washed process, with a dry fermentation time of 24-30 hours. The coffee is fully and slowly sundried on parabolic drying patios. The result is a very stable and consistent product, which allows us to serve a coffee that roasts and tastes the same down to the last green bean.

Initial roasts of Edith’s microlot are bursting with character. Apricot, Lemon Tart, and Baking Spices in the aroma give way to red grape, lemongrass and molasses in the cup. The sweetness really stands out on this coffee… it’s one of those that just works no matter how we roast it. We have less than 300lbs available so get it before its gone!

The Bottom Line:

This is a juicy, sweet Colombian lot that you may never believe is from Colombia. This coffee is perfect for those looking for a unique sensorial experience, just in time for the New Year. You will love this coffee!

Thanks to fellow B Corp Carvela Coffee  for helping us share the story of our friend Edith Enciso Yasso.