LACTIC TYPICA

CATEGORY 
Microlots
VARIETY 
Typica
PROCESS 
Lactic
ALTITUDE 
1.700 MT
FARMER
Omar Arango


FARM  
San Luis
REGION
Tolima
MUNICIPALITY  
Libano
PROFILE
Apple, black cherry, brown spice, caramel, Chokeberry, citric acid, melon, milk, chocolate, and sugar cane notes.
HISTORY: 
The San Luis farm has been in the hands of Irma Tinoco, mother of Omar Arango, a family of coffee tradition and innovation for more than 50 years. More than 30 years ago Omar Arango took control of the farm, and based on his vision of having one of the best coffees in Tolima, he decided to make a transition from conventional or chemical synthesis to organic coffees. Being the first to take this risk in Colombia, Tolima, and sacrificing up to 50% of the profitability and production, they managed to have an empirical learning process that today has made it a coffee recognized for being organic and with exotic processes. The vision of the farm is to be 100% sustainable and to have an environmentally friendly environment with conservation areas and shaded coffee plantations, taking care of the water and the people that work there.
PROCESS DESCRIPTION: 
The Typica coffee at our farm undergoes a special treatment, featuring a washed process with a touch of lactic fermentation lasting 24 to 36 hours. Subsequently, the beans engage in an 8 to 12-day sunbathing session under carefully monitored conditions. Following this, a 15 to 30-day stability check in the cellar ensures the beans achieve optimal balance before reaching the shelves. Experience the result of this meticulous process, delivering a refined and balanced coffee profile.

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