'If Only’ comes alive hot or cold… gives you a kick up front with bold flavours of dark chocolate and red current, finishing with a lingering sweet soft honeycomb and dark berry tone
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With the vast majority of coffee production between 800 – 1,200 metres above sea level, a relatively flat terrain allows farmers to use a wide range of industrial techniques including irrigation and mechanical harvesting. Due to this high-level automation during harvesting along with stable conditions for the maturation of fruit on the tree, it allows producers to focus more on producing consistent quality year in year out through investing in new processing, varietals and storage resources.
The Huila Supremo coffee is produced by the laborious descendants of the Yalcones and is characterised by excellent quality and the green-emerald colour of the bean. The altitude at which the crops of this excellent coffee type are cultivated is ideal to produce its exceptional aroma and taste.The Huila growing area lies east of the Andes Mountains. The region is particularly admired for producing fine coffees which can have some vivid complexities to accompany the basic cup profile.
The higher altitudes and lower temperatures produce a slower maturing fruit and a harder, denser bean, and are thus more desirable. Nicaragua has long been known as an excellent coffee growing region. It has varied coffee growing regions, but most are quite high in elevation, producing an excellent cup.