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Sidra - Colombia Johan Vergara Filter Roast
Sidra - Colombia Johan Vergara Filter Roast

Sidra - Colombia Johan Vergara Filter Roast

TASTING NOTES

Peach
Plum
Rose
Sugar Cane

Roasters Notes:
Crisp, clean acidity, juicy and complex, whats not to love!

COUNTRY - Colombia
REGION -Pitalito, Huila
ALTITUDE - 1750 M.A.S.L
VARIETAL - Sidra Bourbon
PROCESSING METHOD - Washed

The Varietal...
The Sidra varietal is a genetic mutation of Red Bourbon & Typica, two of the most emblematic varietals and has been tipped to be “the new Geisha’ due to its complexity. It has qualities of both, the sweetness and body of Red Bourbon and the beautiful brightness, acidity and silky mouthfeel of Typica.
The Sidra varietal was developed in a large, Nestlé funded research farm in Pichincha, Ecuador in the 1930’s.
Sidra has exploded in popularity recently due to its exceptional cup quality and features in various coffee competitions.


This amazing lot comes from the renowned producer, Johan Vergara.
Johan is a 4th-generation coffee farmer. His farm, Finca Las Flores, is located in the small village of San Isidor, which he runs with the help of his family.

Johan has 4 brothers who also work on the farm and together work towards quality. His father, Edilberto, is a traditional coffee farmer who has been working in coffee for more than 25 years.  Johan and one of his brothers work for a coffee cooperative and thanks to this job Johan has learned about growing and processing specialty coffee. In the past few, years they have cultivated exotic varieties named Pink Bourbon, Maracaturra, and Java among others.


COFFEE DETAILS

COUNTRY - Colombia
REGION -Pitalito, Huila
ALTITUDE - 1750 M.A.S.L
VARIETAL - Sidra Bourbon
PROCESSING METHOD - Washed

ABOUT THIS COFFEE

The Varietal...
The Sidra varietal is a genetic mutation of Red Bourbon & Typica, two of the most emblematic varietals and has been tipped to be “the new Geisha’ due to its complexity. It has qualities of both, the sweetness and body of Red Bourbon and the beautiful brightness, acidity and silky mouthfeel of Typica.
The Sidra varietal was developed in a large, Nestlé funded research farm in Pichincha, Ecuador in the 1930’s.
Sidra has exploded in popularity recently due to its exceptional cup quality and features in various coffee competitions.


This amazing lot comes from the renowned producer, Johan Vergara.
Johan is a 4th-generation coffee farmer. His farm, Finca Las Flores, is located in the small village of San Isidor, which he runs with the help of his family.

Johan has 4 brothers who also work on the farm and together work towards quality. His father, Edilberto, is a traditional coffee farmer who has been working in coffee for more than 25 years.  Johan and one of his brothers work for a coffee cooperative and thanks to this job Johan has learned about growing and processing specialty coffee. In the past few, years they have cultivated exotic varieties named Pink Bourbon, Maracaturra, and Java among others.


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