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Cherry | citrus curd | Floral |

Monogram - Maria Jose Tinoco - Espresso

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This unique Colombian espresso has notes of citrus curd and floral with cherry to make it a rich, flavorful cup of coffee.

It comes from Finca San Luis, owned by Omar Arango Tinoco and his family. The lush and vibrant Finca San Luis is nestled into the hillside of the municipality of Líbano, in Tolima, Colombia. Not far from this farm lies another called “Villa Flor”, this one owned by Omar’s daughter Maria Jose. Maria Jose has grown up with a deep respect for coffee thanks to her father, and has a desire to continue learning all she can about producing coffee and carrying on the family legacy.


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