This is a microlot Colombia from my favorite region of Huila. It is a single varietal called Pacamara which is a very large bean that is rather hard to grow but tends to taste really fruity. Colombia beans that we carry are already pretty big, but these are a couple millimeters bigger than normal.
It starts out with lime and caramel, then a cherry/cranberry note, and it's a little bit sour but not in a way that's hard to drink it. The complexity and fruit almost makes you think more of an African coffee than a Colombia.
The coffee comes from a small farm called El Recreo which means "recess" or "playground" and their farm is like a playground where they experiment with different varietals and processing methods and control the entire process from picking, to sorting, and cupping; and they have set up a lab of sorts to teach quality control.
Colombia Huila Pacamara: Trail Mix, Cherry, Cranberry, Lime, Milk Chocolate