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Colombia Pacamara Las Margaritas

A truly unique Colombian coffee grown on a farm renowned for its commitment to quality, innovation and sustainability.

 

From: £7.20 per 125g

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Coffee: Colombian coffee

Region: Campo Azul

Altitude: 1500 metres

Farm: Las Margaritas

Process: Natural

 

We are fortunate enough to roast this exceptional Colombian coffee grown with true passion for quality and flavour.

Introduced to us by our friends at D R Wakefield, this farm has a rich and admirable background and shares the same values as our business.

The bean itself is a hybrid between the natural mutation of the Bourbon variety, Pacas, and a mutation of the Typica varietal, Maragogype. Thus, the name Pacamara was born.

The beans are naturally processed by laying the ripe cherries in the sun and carefully turning them to ensure even drying. They swell up and look rather like a large chocolate malteser before the dry outer layers are removed. This process has a profound effect on the flavour.

We roast this coffee medium to bring out boozy ripe cherry and pineapple flavour, with light acidity.

We recommend making this coffee as an espresso or as a pourover. For espresso, use 20g of espresso ground coffee extracted for 26 seconds. For a pourover, use 18g coffee per 250ml of water.

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H.R. Higgins sources all of its coffee through long-established relationships with individual coffee farms, cooperatives and trusted coffee partners. In most cases, we have direct relationships with farmers which span decades.

Sustainability is a hugely important factor to us as a business and now, more generally in the wider coffee industry. The most important part of the entire coffee process is that the coffee farmers, their families and their communities all benefit from our relationships. Specifically, we work with farms that care for the local environment, and support both their workers and their families. This is the first and most crucial step in the process of producing exceptional coffee.

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