This is a Castillo, Caturra variety blend from Cafe Occidente Nariño, a cooperative in Nariño, Colombia. It is grown on farms in the Chachagui district reaching elevations of 1900 masl.
The name “Chachagüi” originates from two indigenous languages, Quillacinga and Quechua. The word roughly translates respectively to “land of clear waters” and “good water”. To this day, the area is known for its pure environment. Surrounding Chachagüi are ancient mountainous trails littered with fallen mangos.
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||14-16 hour fermentation, patio-parabolic drying for 10-12 days
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