23 Jul '13, 6pm

PATH Coffee Roaster: Finca Potosi Columbia #humbled

PATH Coffee Roaster: Finca Potosi Columbia #humbled

a special coffee? Well how often do you know the name of the family that farmed your beans? The Herrera family owned farm that produced these beans is lovingly nestled in the Valle de Cauca, and all of the coffee is grown between 1450m and 1650m in altitude. These facts to a normal person might seem like overkill. But to a true lover of coffee they tell you that not only is this coffee good, but you know why it’s good. The roaster even goes so far as to promote that the varietals of Coffea Arabica used to produce this blend are the Caturra and Typica types. Again a lot of information.

Full article: http://www.caffination.com/review/path-coffee-roaster-fin...

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