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Sacred Acre - Cauca

$17.00
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If you’re looking for a coffee that’s complex and delicious, this single origin blend from Sacred Acre is a great choice. It's made up of 2 different varietals—Caturra and Colombia —that combine to create a full bodied flavor that's citrusy and tastes like nougat. The result is a cup of coffee that's balanced, flavorful, and great for any time of day!


This coffee comes from the Cauca area, Colombia. Surrounded by volcanoes, this coffee is grown in an area with a climate and altitude ideal for specialty coffee. 




 

About the Beans

Type

 Blend

Origin 

Colombia 

Varietal

 Caturra, Colombia 

 masl

 1800 - 2100  

Region 

 Inza 

Producer 

The Pillimue Group

Process

Fully Washed 

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