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Monogram - San Vincente - Espresso

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This unique Colombian espresso has notes of nougat, red apple and milk chocolate to make it a rich, flavorful cup of coffee.

Deep in the rolling hills of San Vicente, a short distance from La Plata in Huila, is a special treasure for coffee aficionados. This coffee is a testament to the relentless pursuit of excellence by the small holder farmers of the OCCICAFE cooperative. Established in the heartland of Colombian coffee culture, the cooperative has been refining its craft since 2015.


Guided by the expertise of Cofinet for the past four years, the members have embarked on a journey of innovation, embracing new processing methods and techniques. The result? A blend that sings with robustness, echoing the rich soils and passionate hands that have nurtured it.


At the heart of this coffee are the comforting, classic flavors of chocolate and brown sugar. But wait for the sip to unfold on your palate, and you'll discover a hint of juicy orange citrus notes – a delightful zesty twist that brightens the experience.


This regional blend is not just a cup of coffee. It's a story of collaboration, innovation, and dedication. Whether you're new to specialty coffee or a seasoned connoisseur, San Vicente's OCCICAFE blend offers an approachable yet unique flavor profile that beckons to be enjoyed sip after sip.


About the Beans






 Castillo, Caturra, Colombia





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