I love getting coffee surprises with my order. Cauca Inza, Colombia Espresso is another new offering from Kuma Coffee.
I was so busy drinking five different bags of coffee that I didn’t get to run this through the Presso, but that’s okay because the Woodneck gave me some great results.
I found figs and a beautiful sweetness like cane sugar coming up from the cup. A light fruit like cherries followed behind while the sugar cane sweetness started to morph into more of a vanilla play.
Each sip is sweet carrying notes of figs and cherries. Add to that a touch of chocolate and lemon in the finish for a pretty great cup. As the coffee begins to cool the cup gets creamier and the chocolate starts to change to more of a bittersweet dark chocolate.
Syrupy Sweet, Cocoa Powder, Tropical Fruit Nectar ~ Kuma Coffee
From all the sweetness this coffee carried, I reckon it would have made for a really nice espresso shot. This is one enjoyable Colombian coffee. Either I haven’t noticed Colombian coffees that much in the past, or this year seems to be a good year for the coffee region.
Either way, wonderful coffee, Mark!
Info About This Coffee
Altitude: 1400-2000 Meters
Favorite Brewing Method & Ratio
Brew Method:Woodneck Dripper
Recipe: 27g beans, 345g water. Pour 30g (30sec bloom), center pour 315g within 2:30
You can read more about this coffee and purchase here.