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Blood Orange | Cherry | Milk Chocolate | Praline |

On The Edge Coffee - Colombia Magia del Campo

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We love the deep sweetness, bright acidity, and juicy body in this harvest. It has notes of blood orange, all lifted by chocolate, cherry and praline undertones. It has a sweet citrusy-fruity vibe followed by a nice tartness that fades to a soft caramelized sugar finish.


This lot comes from the fertile valleys and foothills of Tolima's mountain range. The region's highest peaks as high as 18,000 feet, and with plenty of rain and lots of sunshine, farmers can produce some extremely diverse crops. This lot is no exception. The coffee fruit was harvested from elevations between 1,600 to 1,950 meters above sea level. 


This coffee was roasted using a Bellwether electric roaster, which is currently the only one of its kind in Edmonton! 

About the Beans






 1600 - 1950


 Castillo, Colombia, Caturra 


 Planadas, Tolima 


Magia del Campo




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